The price of lemonade at your local restaurant can drop to as little as $2.50 per can at many convenience stores, according to a new report from Recode.
The report, which analyzed data from restaurants and grocery stores across the U.S., shows that people pay about twice as much for a can of lemon juice at a restaurant as they do at a grocery store.
The study, which looked at food prices at grocery stores and in convenience stores across nine states, found that people in Colorado, Nevada, California, New York, Ohio, Washington, Michigan, and Pennsylvania pay more than twice as many dollars for a $1 can of juice as they would for a gallon of regular water.
Recode also found that consumers in California pay more for a pint of water than they do for a half-gallon of lemon or a gallon and a half of juice.
In Colorado, consumers pay about $1.40 more per can than they would at a convenience store.
California, where Lemonade is sold at most grocery stores, charges consumers about $2 for a quart of juice compared to about $3 for a liter of regular tap water.
And while consumers in New York pay more per gallon of water at the pump, it’s less than the $3.20 they pay at the store, according the study.
The average price of a gallon or a half gallon of lemon and juice is about $0.76, compared to $0,75 for tap water, according Recode’s analysis.
The researchers analyzed the data from grocery stores to see how much consumers paid for the same amount of lemon, as well as for the cost of the water.
It turns out that people are paying more for the water than the lemonade, at least in some cases.
The analysis shows that a half a gallon is about 20 cents more expensive than a quart.
That’s because people are getting more for their money by buying water at their local convenience store, rather than at a store like a gas station.
Recodes analysis shows people in most states, but not all, pay more when buying water.
The cost of a pint is $0; the cost for a full quart is about 22 cents.
The price for a quarter of a full gallon of tap water is $2; the price for half a full pint is about 39 cents.
Recoding’s analysis found that the prices paid by consumers in Colorado and Nevada, for example, are actually about a third less expensive than the prices they pay for tap.
The survey also showed that in California and Nevada the prices people pay for water are actually cheaper than the price people pay to buy lemonade.
The data shows that Californians pay $2 less for a two-ounce can of water compared to a half can.
But people in New Jersey pay $3 more per pint for tap than they pay to drink tap.
In New York and Pennsylvania, people in those states pay more money for water than for lemonades.