Have you been taking a double-take at your grocery store receipts lately? Going down the lists wondering where your cashier accidentally included a new car between the sirloins and the limes?
Well you’re not alone. Millions of other Americans are wondering the same thing. Well, there’s been pig viruses, droughts in California, corn being diverted as a blend to gasoline and rising demand for higher quality food in China.
China has the fastest growing economy in the world and is poised to become a bigger economy than the U.S. within the next few years. And their rising middle class has a lot of buying power and that, too, is growing.
In this article in The Oregonian some experts expect eventual price relief in some areas of your grocery shopping experience, but not in all, especially in meats. Here’s the rest of the story. Click here.