By James Shaeffer
Source: CBS 8 Nevada

Standing at the trunk of her car, Christine Wiley loaded her Smith’s groceries that now cost hundreds of dollars more than months prior.

The snacks, meat, and chicken she purchased are some of the most expensive they’ve ever been, but it might be because the food is not from Nevada.

Retail experts from the Retail Association of Nevada are spilling the beans about why Nevada leads the nation in second-highest weekly grocery costs, and the answer is a bitter pill to swallow.

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