Food prices are hitting new highs. A look at how energy costs, federal subsidies, and a growing middle class worldwide are reducing end of year grain inventories and driving up grocery bills.

Guests

  • Bruce Babcock Professor of economics and the director of the Center for Agricultural and Rural Development at Iowa State University.
  • Dan Morgan Special correspondent, Washington Post and fellow, German Marshal Fund of the United States
  • Lauren Etter Reporter, Wall Street Journal

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