When the cereal behemoth down the block encountered higher raw product costs, it lowered retail prices while also moving to smaller boxes, leading to a net price increase, on a per Cheerio basis.
Another staple on the breakfast table is headed in the same direction. The Pioneer Press hasn’t changed its price , but then again it has, on a per scoop basis. First, it has dramatically slashed the size of its newroom over the last couple of years. And today, it announced that it has also General Millsed us:
The paper is narrower. You’re not imagining it. We’ve changed to a page width that is becoming the newspaper industry standard, allowing us to use less paper.”
Look for a narrowing of bird cage floors to follow.
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