Transparency: Paying the Same Amount for Smaller Products Transparency: Paying the Same Amount for Smaller Products
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Transparency: Paying the Same Amount for Smaller Products

by Bradley R. Hughes

February 9, 2011
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You might think you're getting what you pay for at the supermarket, but you're actually getting a little less. A recent investigation by Consumer Reports found that many of the everyday items you buy have been suspiciously shrinking, despite no similar reduction in cost. Does that orange juice feel a little lighter? That's because it is, even though you paid the same amount. Here's a look at some of these products and how much they've shrunk.

SOURCE: Consumer Reports

A collaboration between GOOD and Bradley R. Hughes

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Transparency: Paying the Same Amount for Smaller Products