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Phase IV / Food Prices #229565

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 23, 1973
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(Studio) First full week of Phase IV in effect., Food prices zoom.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(Atlanta, Georgia) Buyers swamp supermarkets before final freeze lift reaches across nation. Poultry and pork products rise.
REPORTER: Ed Rabel

(Fulton Cty., Georgia) Georgia poultry processors run at full capacity this week, but requests from supermarkets exceed processors' production. Wholesalers increase prices to all-time high. [Poultry processor Doug CAGLE - says demand for poultry very high. Hard to keep up with demands.] As long as beef remains frozen and supplies short, poultry to be in great demand.
REPORTER: Bruce Hall

(Chicago, Illinois) Prices checked at 3 retail' food chains. Prices up already. Egg, poultry, potato, pork price increases given. Milk and bread to incr. substantially within next month
REPORTER: Bill Plante

Reporter(s):
Hall, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger;
Plante, Bill;
Rabel, Ed
Duration:
00:03:20

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