In many households, the aroma of a fine ham baking is as Easter as the bunny who sits on a nest of eggs as a table centerpiece. This year, careful shopping may land you ham at less than $2 a pound.USDA national retail prices are $3.38 per pound for boneless and $1.82 for bone-in. This compares with $3.17 and $1.94 for last year. You’ll find a wide selection in most stores and some confusing labels to decipher.GRADES OF HAMHam: This is the top grade with no added water.
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