Originally Posted by Lady Blue
Gee, food manufacturers have been doing that for years . . . smaller sizes, lighter weights, less volume, etc., at higher prices. It's become the norm in (food) retail.
Since this "recession" a lot of companies have been making smaller sizes and charging more. The reson for that was due to the gas prices going so high that shipping costs were expensive. Now that gas is back to what it was before they prices/sizes should have gone back to normal. But they have not. And this is part of why the USA is going to hell. Greedy b@stards!