Consumer Council released its latest specific price survey on dairy products. Price differences ranged from 5 to 50 percent were recorded for the same product sold at different retail outlets. Consumers are advised to check with the survey data to make practical consumption. The Council collected prices of 15 dairy products from 16 retail outlets on 18th February. Price differences ranged from 5 to 50 percent were recorded for the same product sold at different retail outlets. 'Anchor UHT Whipping Cream/1L', which was sold at $38.0 to $57.0, recorded a price difference of 50 percent; 'Anchor Pure New Zealand Butter (salted)/227g' and 'Pura UHT Milk (paper pack)/1L' also recorded price differences of 46.9 and 42.42 percent respectively. In comparison with December's survey data, 10 of the surveyed products recorded no change in price. The only obvious change was found in the selling price of 'Kraft Hi-Calcium Singles--Less Fat (12 pieces)/250g' in one retail outlet that had been decreased by 17 percent, or $5.7 less. The specific price survey on dairy products is now available on the Consumer Council's website (www.consumer.gov.mo) and in the Council's 'Supermarket Price Information Platform' iPhone and Android apps.