It just became 15% more expensive for U.S. companies to import everything from milk to diapers and sports equipment from China. Tariffs on $112 billion of Chinese goods went into effect Sunday. While some duties have been delayed and some items have been removed from the original list of $300 billion Chinese imports, many everyday grocery items and household staples will still be targeted beginning Sunday, according to an official list that spans 122 pages. Read the rest of the story at NBC News.