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Where extra food costs to consumers originate

Food manufacturing monopolies are expected to cost consumers as much as $17 billion this year. Trade Commission economist Russell Parker said the overchanges will stem from excess profits, excess manufacturing capacity, promotion and advertising, and loss of efficiency when competition is reduced.

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