If you thought you were paying fair prices for chicken at the supermarket, think again
An internal document obtained by The Washington Post shows U.S. chicken prices may have been artificially inflated for years, costing consumers billions of dollars.
"“We trust the companies we work with,” Alec Asbridge, director of regulatory compliance at Georgia Department of Agriculture, said earlier this month. “We don’t see any reason they would submit information that wasn’t truthful.”
And once again, the extremely trusting nature of the average American continues to befuddle me.Posted on 2016-11-18T01:58:57+0000