With 20-Year Lows and Record Highs, Cheese Prices Ride Roller Coaster During Pandemic

From 20-year-lows to record highs, the price of cheese has been on a wild ride since the coronavirus pandemic began.

The wholesale price of cheese plummeted to $1 per pound in April, skyrocketed to $2.81 per pound by June, and has settled at $2.70 over the last few weeks. 

The last few months have been unprecedented, said John Umhoefer, executive director of the Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association.

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