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Topic - Lana Bradley
The cost of the milk, butter fat and sugar that are key to Jim Capannari's ice cream have spiked this year, but he hasn't passed much of the cost along to customers.
Her ice cream, a seasonal flavor she really likes, wasn't among them, but she said the price — almost $5 a half gallon — was about as much as she'd pay.
Ice cream buyers like Lana Bradley of Champaign, Ill., say he's right to be wary of price-conscious customers.