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Ice Cream Economics

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Ice Cream Economics

Ice Cream Economics

Ice Cream Economics

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Milk prices are up, Madagascar's vanilla crop is thin and chocolate is tougher to come by in west Africa. How will the global economy affect the price of your favorite ice cream flavor this summer?

Guests:

Jerry Dryer
*Publisher and editor of Dairy And Food Market Analyst, a weekly newsletter

Nels Anderson
*Co-owner of Anderson's Frozen Custard, which has nine locations in western New York

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