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The Food-Price Slump Is Officially the Country’s Longest Since 1960
It hasn’t been easy on farmers.
Analysts Say Food Prices Have Tumbled to a ‘Completely Unprecedented’ Low
A dozen eggs for $1 and buy-one-get-one steaks are signs of “irrational pricing.”
Plummeting Corn, Meat, and Dairy Prices Are Plaguing Farmers
Analysts predict the slump could be the country’s worst in over 50 years.
Government Saves America’s Cheese Industry With $20 Million Bailout
A milk glut and a sluggish demand have left the market very saturated.
What to Eat
Be a Vulture Atop Spain’s ‘Unwanted Ham Mountain’
A surplus of jamón Iberico means good news for ham lovers.