Midwest flooding may push food prices higher

 
June 15, 2008
The Courier-Journal (Louisville, Ky.): Over the weekend of June 7, a monsoon-like storm dumped 10 inches of rain on Central Indiana, flooding farms still to dry out from a wet, chilly spring. In other states, including Illinois, Iowa and Wisconsin, flooding and long, wet springs are affecting crops — and food prices, which are likely to climb even higher than they are now, analysts say.
 

Topics: Food & Beverage , Operations Management


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