chocolate milk cheaper than regular milk.
Meanwhile, 4L of Sealtest milk is around $4.29- in the plastic bags....
But 2L of milk in the cardboard carton from Sealtest is like $3.
How does this make sense. I'm trying to figure out the logic behind how chocolate milk, is CHEAPER than regular milk..... And it's much much cheaper than regular milk when you buy it in the same form factor.
how does this make sense????
I have a feeling it has something to do with the milk quotas.. E.g. dairy farmers can only produce XXX amount of milk, depending on how many gallons/licence they buy per year.... BUT chocolate milk because it's been processed doesn't fall under the same production/sales category, therefore they can make it down to sell as much as possible??
like i don't really understand the economics of it.....