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The Most Expensive Holiday Foods

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4. American black grade wagyu prime rib roast (5 lbs.)
> Typical price: $255

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3. Fresh white truffle (1 oz.)
> Typical price: $392

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2. Suckling pig (30-40 lbs.)
> Typical price: $400

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1. American beluga caviar (1 oz.)
> Typical price: $830

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