During the Great Depression, milk cost 47 cents a gallon.
Milk was sold in quart containers instead of by the gallon during the 1930s. That being said, 4 quarts or a gallon of milk, would have cost 1 dollar in 1933, during the Great Depression.
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The prices of most basic commodities rose during the Great Depression. This included the prices of bread, gas, and milk.
A quart of milk during the Great Depression cost around 14 cents. During this time the government did issue cardboard chips that could be redeemed for things like bread or milk. Some people used powdered milk to save money.
Farmers wasted their milk so they could decrease inflation on the milk. Less milk + popular demand = more expensive milk
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one gallon of milk is bigger then one quart of milk one quart of milk is 1/4 the size of a gallon
Gallon of Milk: .56¢ Half Gallon of Milk: .28¢ Found at: thepeoplehistory.com
Milk sells by the gallon.
Cost of a gallon of Milk: $1.65
What milk usually comes in, a gallon of milk.
The average price of a gallon of milk in 2000 was about 2.76 dollars. It fluctuated slightly during the year but was the same price at end of the year that it was at the beginning.
in 1950 a gallon of milk costed 0.84 in 1950 a gallon of milk costed 0.84
The average cost of a gallon f milk is about $3.50 a gallon.
A gallon of milk. There has been no change in the volume of a gallon since 1966.