I, not having planned properly this year, just paid $3.24 a pound for chicken bottoms in my local kosher supermarket. My other chicken bottom options from the two other brands in the case ranged from that price and above. I get so angry when I see this. What is the consumer's legal recourse for this? I know I can use my physical walking option to go to another store (which will also have hiked prices) or plan better or drive out to some other community to buy it more cheaply (shout out to Cedar Market in Teaneck from what I hear), but I don't have the time. So what can we consumers do to stop this before the next Yom Tov?