Los Angeles could have saved $700,000 on commodity purchases made in 2010 if it had made better spending decisions, according to a report from the city controller’s office.

The additional cost on more than $400 million in commodities came out to $700,000 that the city could have saved by making different choices, Controller Wendy Greuel said in the report.

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