HIGHLAND | The bright neon lights have dimmed at Johnsen's Blue Top Drive-In, a landmark Highland restaurant where carhops served up big burgers and homemade root beer for nearly eight decades.
If it seems like your grocery store bills are getting bigger, you're not imagining it: food prices are on the rise, and poised to go higher.
CHICAGO | As food costs climb higher, more Chicagoans are turning to food pantries, which in turn are struggling to meet the need in because of rising costs.
The continued rise in the cost of corn and other commodities on the global market will be serving up higher food prices at the local table. That doesn't mean, however, that higher grain prices will translate into a banner year for region farmers.
The continued rise in the cost of corn and other commodities on the global market will be serving up higher food prices at the local table.
Rod Ratcliff, of Centaur Gaming, asked the most pertinent question of our times the other day.
If you ever had an economics class, the phrase "supply and demand" might sound familiar to you, but when you're pacing the aisles of the grocery store, do you ever think back to those days when you were sitting in your econ class doodling in your notebook?
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