Publix Cuts Milk Cost

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Publix Super Markets, based in Lakeland, Fla., has announced that it will soon issue deep discounts on grocery store staples, starting with milk.

Publix has lowered the price of a gallon of Publix-brand milk to $3.79 from its recent price of $4.69 a gallon, a drop of 19 percent.

Store officials say there is no timetable for the discount program, but that it would last longer than Publix’s traditional weeklong sales.

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Comments 9

  1. Winn Dixie milk is still only 2.99. This is one of the main reasons I have to shop for half of my groceries there and the other at Publix. Honestly I only enjoyed shopping at Publix for years and now I have no chioce with our this economy.

  2. Winn Dixie milk is still only 2.99. This is one of the main reasons I have to shop for half of my groceries there and the other at Publix. Honestly I only enjoyed shopping at Publix for years and now I have no chioce with our this economy.

  3. Winn Dixie milk is still only 2.99. This is one of the main reasons I have to shop for half of my groceries there and the other at Publix. Honestly I only enjoyed shopping at Publix for years and now I have no chioce with our this economy.

  4. My father and his roommate worked at Kembrook Dairy in Decatur, Illinois in the late 1940’s to early 1950’s. I am looking for his roommate whose name was C. Arthur Benfield, or Benfield, or Banfield. Can you help me out with any information concerning his employment there?

  5. My father and his roommate worked at Kembrook Dairy in Decatur, Illinois in the late 1940’s to early 1950’s. I am looking for his roommate whose name was C. Arthur Benfield, or Benfield, or Banfield. Can you help me out with any information concerning his employment there?

  6. My father and his roommate worked at Kembrook Dairy in Decatur, Illinois in the late 1940’s to early 1950’s. I am looking for his roommate whose name was C. Arthur Benfield, or Benfield, or Banfield. Can you help me out with any information concerning his employment there?

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