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What was the cost of a loaf of bread in 1950?


  1. What was the cost of a loaf of bread in 1950?
  2. What was the price of milk in the Great Depression?
  3. How much was milk in 1940?

What was the cost of a loaf of bread in 1950?

$0.12The Price of BreadYEARCost of 1 lb. of BreadFederal Minimum Wage1950$0.12$0.751960$0.23$1.001970$0.25$1.601980$0.50$3.10

What was the price of milk in the Great Depression?

1930: 26¢ per gallon But when the Great Depression hit in 1929, fewer people could afford milk and dairy farmers still had a lot of milk to sell. The price dropped from 35¢ per gallon to 26¢ per gallon.

How much was milk in 1940?

1940: 52¢ per gallon.



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Can you get extra meat at Subway?

There are two types of extra meat that you can get: deluxe and double. Deluxe is 50 percent more and double is well, double. Prices may vary between subways because the owners can change prices for certain things. At the subway I work at double is 3 dollars for a foot long and deluxe is $1.50.


Does Deluxe mean extra meat at Subway?

As part of a continuing celebration for their 50th anniversary, Subway is allowing customers to add 50% more meat to their 6 inch sandwiches for 50 cents. Subway is telling customers to call these sandwiches “Deluxe” when they order to represent the upgraded subs.




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