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Some think more cuts need to be made, and they say some states are taking advantage of a loophole.
In the kitchen, convenience usually means extra cost. A couple of minutes of prep work can bring substantial savings over time.
Higher demand and bad weather have conspired to raise the price of the major ingredient of a chocolate bar. So expect the cost to climb, especially for the good stuff.
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