Archive for January, 2011

An era of cheap food may be drawing to a close – Business – Retail – Food Inc. – msnbc.com

January 30, 2011
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U.S. grain prices should stay unrelentingly high this year, according to a Reuters poll, the latest sign that the era of cheap food has come to an end. U.S. corn, soybeans and wheat prices — which surged by as much has 50 percent last year and hit their highest levels since mid-2008 — will...
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Manufactures learn creative methods of repackaging inflation.

January 28, 2011
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Inflation, deception or theft – whatever you call it – you, the consumer are getting less for your money. You are the frog in the pot of water – slowly the temperature is rising so you won’t notice. Be aware, be prepared. Read Article >>>
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“Buy A Gun” Google Queries Hit All Time High, And Other Off The Grid Economic Indicators

January 25, 2011
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In lieu of a credible macroeconomic data reporting infrastructure in America, increasingly more people are forced to resort to secondary trend indicators, most of which have zero economic “credibility” within the mainstream, yet which provide just as good a perspective of what may be happening behind the scenes in this once great country. Read...
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World Food Prices Surge to Record, Passing Levels That Sparked 2008 Riots – Bloomberg

January 5, 2011
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World food prices rose to a record in December on higher sugar, grain and oilseed costs, the United Nations said, exceeding levels reached in 2008 that sparked deadly riots from Haiti to Egypt. An index of 55 food commodities tracked by the Food and Agriculture Organization gained for a sixth month to 214.7 points,...
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Kiss your 100-watt lightbulb goodbye

January 2, 2011
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Californians can start saying goodbye to traditional 100-watt incandescent light bulbs now that the state has become the first in the country to require a new standard for the screw-base bulbs. The new standard, passed in 2007 by Congress and signed by President George W. Bush, becomes effective nationwide on Jan. 1, 2012. But...
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