LinkedIn iTunes

canada goose Shop On Wednesday Night, And 9 More Ways To Save On Groceries Christine Ryan Jyoti , LearnVest May 16, 2014, 9:50 AM Flickr / Bev SykesAs the heat index rises, so will your grocery bill this summer. It’s all thanks to Mother Nature, who has been doing a number on our food supply. Ongoing droughts have bumped up prices for produce and produced a trickle-down effect on meat, since feeding cattle has become costlier. At the same time, a virus has been plaguing pigs across the nation, spiking prices on pork. It’s not a pretty picture just as barbecue season goes into full swing. But you can still find ways to grocery shop on a budget, especially if you know where to expect the hikes. So we tapped an agricultural economist to help us figure out which food prices will be on the uptick

Geplaatst door: