Learn what affects the price of food.
By Landee Kieschnick Let’s face it. The trip to the grocery store can sometimes be…well, a chore. We can’t find the items we’re looking for. There seems to be too many people and shopping carts down every aisle. And you can’t forget the long checkout lines. It’s a necessary trip, though. One we usually make [...]
By Justin Green I must confess. I dislike grocery shopping. I like to cook. And I love to eat. But grocery shopping is not my forte. It was grueling as I made my weekly trek to the grocery store. Pulp-free or extra pulp orange juice? Crunchy or smooth peanut butter? Vanilla or chocolate ice cream!? [...]
By Julie Tomascik More bang for your buck. That’s exactly what we saw in first quarter grocery prices. Because food prices are falling. Even for proteins. Why? Well, the cow herd is growing. More cattle on ranches means more beef at the meat counter. And less expensive feed and cheaper fuel are helping drive down [...]
By Julie Tomascik A headline. It’s eye opening. But is it true? It’s how we get our news in today’s fast-paced society. Short snippets catch our attention and influence our decisions, including those about agriculture. Like food choices, farming and ranching practices and more. But it’s a new year. A time to ask questions. And [...]
A time for family, fun and cost-savings. Yup, you read that right. You can carve your Thanksgiving turkey—and eat it, too—without digging deep into your wallet. Because prices are down during this holiday season. For the second year in a row. And shoppers are flooding grocery stores to prep for the holiday feast. Finding those [...]