The U.S. is paying $1.15 for a gallon of milk, up from $1 a year ago.
That’s about a 20% hike.
Prices for bread and other baked goods have also jumped, while the cost of a gallon’s worth of oil has also gone up, to $3.59.
That means the price of a liter of milk is $1 more, but that’s only because the milk price is being adjusted for inflation.
The rise in the butter prices has been driven by the rise in butter prices in recent years.
Butter prices have been rising as the price for corn has been rising and corn prices have risen in the past few years.
So the price increase in the last few years has been due to a combination of both factors.
A lot of corn has gone up.
So it has increased the amount of corn that people are paying for.
This is not a new thing.
Butter has been the most expensive commodity in the U.s. for a long time, and so people have been paying more for butter.
But the corn price was really a little bit more stable, so the price increases have been due mainly to inflation.
And then there is a bit of a dip in the price per pound of butter because of the drought.
So that’s a bit more of a reason why prices have gone up a bit.
The Hill’s Matthew Yglesias explains what this means for you.