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## How much was a gallon of milk in 2013?

Some trends from 1913 to 2013

Item | Average price (dollars) | |
---|---|---|

January 1913 | January 2013 | |

Bread | $0.056 | $1.422 |

Flour | 0.033 | 0.524 |

Fresh milk, per gallon(1) | 0.089/quart (or 0.356/gallon) | 3.526 |

**What was the milk price at 2010?**

For the first quarter of 2010, shoppers reported the average price for a half-gallon of regular whole milk was $2.00, up 1 cent from the prior quarter. The average price for one gallon of regular whole milk was $3.15, up 14 cents.

**What was the price of milk in 2009?**

The price of a gallon of milk is often included in statistics about the costs of living over certain years, and in November of 2009, the average price of a gallon of whole milk was $3.03, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. In November of 2019, that same gallon cost $3.18.

### How much was a gallon of milk in 2005?

$3.20 per gallon

2005: $3.20 per gallon.

**How much was a gallon of milk in 1985?**

1985: $2.20 per gallon.

**How much was milk in 1976?**

In 1976, a gallon of milk cost $1.68, eggs were 97 cents a dozen, and Eight O’Clock Coffee was $1.69 for a one-pound bag.

## How much did a gallon of milk cost in 2018?

December 2018 Highlights: U.S. simple average prices are: $3.27 per gallon for conventional whole milk, $3.21 per gallon for conventional reduced fat 2% milk, $4.08 per half gallon organic whole milk, and, $4.08 per half gallon organic reduced fat 2% milk.

**What was the price of milk in 1970?**

1970: $1.32 per gallon.

**How much does milk cost a year?**

Milk Prices By Year And Adjusted For Inflation Year Average Milk Price by Year* Average Annual CPI for Milk** Milk Prices Adjusted for Inflation In 20 2017 $3.23 200.974 $3.41 2018 $2.90 195.638 $3.15 2019 $3.04 200.491 $3.22 2020 $3.32 212.621 $3.32

### How much does a gallon of milk cost in 2020?

Averaging the BLS’s monthly pricing data for milk — fresh, whole and fortified, a gallon was $3.32 in 2020 versus $3.04 in 2019, marking a 9.2% increase. For a bit of background, milk is one of the goods the BLS monitors for inflation, using it in calculating the overall change in consumer prices.

**What is happening to gross milk price?**

Gross milk price per cwt has come down since 1937 when adjusting for inflation, but so has feed cost. Figure 2 represents the inflation adjusted gross milk price (line), feed cost (grey shaded bar), and milk margin (solid black bar) for the three years. 2016 represented the lowest milk margin of all three years.

**What was the price of milk in 2000?**

First, consider these facts which are shown in the table above: The average annual price for Milk in 2000 was $2.78 per gallon. The annual average CPI for Milk in 2000 was 156.900.