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Think healthy eating has to be expensive? Think again. “Expensive” really depends on how you measure cost, according to a newly released USDA report. In fact, cheap food that provides few nutrients may actually be “expensive” for the consumer, whereas a food with a higher retail price that provides large amounts of nutrients may actually be quite cheap.  Michelle Dudash joined us to talk about that. 

To read the USDA report for yourself, check out www.usda.gov.