``Warnings of higher food prices headed for American supermarkets and restaurants were swallowed easily across much of farm country Wednesday... The price of corn, which has doubled over the past six months, affects most food products in supermarkets. It's used to feed the cattle, hogs and chickens that fill the meat aisles... Shoppers could see higher grocery bills as early as three months from now, though most of the impact won't be felt for another six months, said Scott Irwin, an agricultural economics professor at the University of Illinois.''


catherine at 13:10 2011-02-11 said:
started a mini food bank in the back closet (whenever cans are 10 for 10) etc., last year, have over 10 months supply, this isn't underground bunker mentality, THIS IS WHEN SUPPLY ROUTES ARE INTERRUPTED for any reason the shelves go empty,

we do it here for hurricanes,

America is getting ready to have a big, big liberal hurricane I think...........and watch closely those Egyptians that were only allowed to get a small amount of cash out when the government shut things down,

ahem.............I would be keeping 1,000 cash somewhere hidden in the house.....these are not far out realities............and I am talking short term here, we are all in trouble if it goes long term....... Permalink

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