When Betty Robeson goes grocery shopping, her dollars don't take her very far.
"It seems like you get very little at the grocery store for a lot of money," the 80-year-old Texas woman said.
But Robeson, who lives on a fixed income, knows she can at least find relief in the dairy aisle. In one local store, she said, she buys milk for just $1.99 a gallon.
"I think it's great," she said. "I'd like prices to stay where they are."
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