Saturday, April 5th, 2014
Photo by Mark Ruschau/The Daily Standard
Pork chops sit on a shelf at Chief grocery store in Celina on Friday. Industry officials say a virus that has infected the U.S. pig herd will cause prices for pork products to increase.
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Consumers will soon pay more at the grocery store for bacon and other pork products due to a virus that has infected the U.S. swine population.
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