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Most states don't tax groceries. But the treat used in candied yams and s'mores tests the definition.
“I have to get less food,” one shopper said. “So I plan very carefully with my food stamps.”
Farmers are paying more for equipment and supplies. Drought in the Great Plains has hurt corn and wheat. The Ukraine war also plays a role.
In part, that’s because restaurants don’t want to scare away customers.
Consumers are seeing rising prices for food, particularly beef, pork and poultry. That's forcing some to shift their eating habits.
People are walking a fine line between underdoing it and overdoing it.
What the Cosmic Crisp means for the apple industry.
It just might be that the American grocery store is the new mall food court.
At a lot of markets, the rotisserie bird is the hottest-selling item, pun intended.
Amazon is planning to slash the prices of some items at Whole Foods, like bananas and salmon, starting Monday.