on October 23, 2019
I may be overthinking, but in reading the last part of the last sentence "sales of its store-brand milk increased more than sales of its store-brand yogurt," I didn't take this to mean that sales of yogurt decreased necessarily (which is why I didn't choose D), but rather that the sales of milk increased more than the sales of yogurt did (which is what is says). Yogurt sales didn't have to be decreasing for milk sales to be increasing more than the yogurt sales. For example, let's say they only sold 10 cartons of milk before and 25 cups of yogurt, and after the advertising sold 20 cartons of milk and 26 cups of yogurt. Obviously the % increase of milk is more, but yogurt sales didn't necessarily decline. Am I wrong in this reasoning?
Irina on October 24, 2019