U.S. drought won’t affect all food prices the same

U.S. drought won’t affect all food prices the same

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A field of soy beans meets drought-damaged corn in Mead, Neb. How the nation’s drought will affect food prices can be difficult to gauge. Some products will rise in price more than others.
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Grocery alert: Drought has damaged much of the U.S. corn crop. As a result, the Agriculture Department expects grocery prices to rise between 3 percent and 4 percent next year, slightly more than usual.
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