Let's face it - groceries have never been cheap. And prices have hardly (if ever) gone backwards. But, forecasters are predicting that the summer of 2014 will probably bring all-time high record prices in the meat department of your grocery store.
It's almost as if consumer food shopping traits were like a pendulum - swinging back and forth with no middle ground. After decades of advertising and marketing made grocery shoppers aware of the contents of the processed food they were consuming, there's been a growing trend toward organic and "raw" foods. Now, it appears like big money is about to be spent to drive that swing back th
It seems we live in interesting times. Or, maybe we should say expensive times. First it was gas. Then it was our paychecks. Next was the price of milk. Now, it appears that the prices we pay for tomatoes might be getting ready to double - if a trade agreement that the United States has with Mexico falls through.