(AP) -- Food stamps and child nutrition programs are expected to cost up to $900 million more this year because of increased ethanol use.
Apr 10, 2009 in Economics & Business
Wholesale food prices rose last month by the most in 36 years, and experts can't say how high they'll ultimately go. As the effects appear everywhere from the supermarket to fast food restaurants, an economist in Penn State's ...
Apr 05, 2011 in Economics & Business
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