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As food prices rise packages get smaller

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It's not just your wallet getting lighter at the grocery store, your food is getting smaller, too.

St. Norbert College professor Kevin Quinn says food companies apparently think they'll get less heat reducing their packages than raising prices.

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In case you haven't noticed, premium ice cream has shrunk twice in the last couple years. It's down to 1.5 quarts instead of two.

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