How to get rows with lowest value from a group by?

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  1. Mikkel Kjærgaard

    Mikkel Kjærgaard New Member

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    Hi Experts
    I have a database of beverages, with following tables:
    Beverage (code, name, size) Primary key=code
    Store (name, area, phone) Primary key=name
    Sells (store_name, code, price) store_name refers to name(store) and code to code(beverage).

    I need to find the code and name of the least expensive beverages for each store (1 value per store), but I am only able to find minimum price per store without the code via:
    SELECT store_name, MIN(price) FROM Sells GROUP BY store_name ORDER BY min(price)

    This gives me the store name and price of the least expensive beverages, but I need to somehow combine this with the Beverage table, so I get code and name also.
    Can anyone help me?
     

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