GRAPHIC: Expect to pay more for food in 2021 – except for eggs

In 2020, the price of food rose more than 3% over the price the year before. This includes both food eaten out and food cooked at home, according to data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Consumers saw the price of meat spike in 2020 as well with beef and veal prices increasing 9.6%, poultry prices increasing 5.6% and pork prices increasing 6.3%

Drought in Midwest Dries Up Hopes Around The World

When a sunken town emerges from the bottom of a lake, you know you’ve got a problem of Biblical proportions. Monument City’s reappearance symbolizes the drought, the first major drought in the Midwest since 1988, and the worst since the drought of 1956. Things are bad out there.