New food pricing rules mean NYC airport bars may no longer charge $27 for a beer

According to NJ.com, the OIG concluded its investigation and found that 25 consumers were charged between $23 and $27 for a beverage last summer

The OIG also issued 35 pages of policy recommendations for airport concessionaires

The most notable of which is a 10% tax on "local street pricing" for New York and New Jersey airport concessions.

It also requires concessionaires to provide more affordable alternatives so passengers may eat and drink more affordably.

"Nobody should have to pay so much for a drink.

Meanwhile, OTG, located in New York, maintains the $27.85 beer and $10.90 French fries were the consequence of an employee's clumsy fingers.

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