How Much Is a Gallon of Milk in Alaska?


A gallon of milk in Alaska costs anywhere between $10.00 to $13.00. Gas and food prices continue to rise leading community leaders, businesses, and politicians to come up with solutions. Due to high cost of living in some parts of rural Alaska, families are heading to big cities for lower prices and higher wages.
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1. Pour 1/2 gallon of milk into an empty gallon-sized container using the funnel. The empty space in a half-filled gallon allows you to mix the milk more easily by shaking than a
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