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Mike V | Apr 26, 200703:08 PM     22

I have oatmeal or cold cereal every morning with blueberries. This month, I've purchased containers (4.4oz) blueberries ranging in price from $1.00 to $3.50. The price fluctuates more than the Dow Jones. I refuse to pay the higher end. I'm wondering why the prices vary from week to week. Has anyone else noticed this. I was looking at raspberries today in our local supermarket and a small container was $4.99 and blueberries $3.49. I'll be using bananas until these prices drop. Lots of positive articles on the health benefits of blueberries which increases demand. I wonder if we're being taken advantage of because of strong demand.

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