Podcasts about Food prices

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The Power Hungry Podcast
Chris Lawson: Head of Fertilizers at CRU Group

The Power Hungry Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 60:04 Transcription Available


Chris Lawson is head of fertilizers at CRU Group, a London-based consulting firm. In this episode, Chris discusses the collapse of Europe's fertilizer sector due to high natural gas prices, why Russia continues to play a key role in the global fertilizer market, China's restrictions on exports, and how today's fertilizer challenges will impact future food prices and availability. (Recorded September 22, 2022).

WSJ Your Money Briefing
How High Food Prices Are Changing Consumers' Shopping Habits

WSJ Your Money Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 10:48


Grocery prices rose more than 13% in August from a year earlier, the highest 12-month increase since 1979. Host J.R. Whalen is joined by reporter Rachel Wolfe to discuss how consumers are making ends meet, and by Louisiana resident Jamaica Bonvillian, who has struggled to balance food costs with her family's overall household finances. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

WJR Business Beat
Inflations Impact on Dining Out Today

WJR Business Beat

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 2:17


20 million US workers working from home means more lunch at home, with 62% of the food dollar now spent on options purchased at the grocery store.

Market Trends with Tracy
Bird Flu Might Be Here To Stay

Market Trends with Tracy

Play Episode Play 30 sec Highlight Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 3:30


This year's avian flu outbreak just won't let up.  With the southern migration in full swing it seems cases are picking up again.  This week, 14 new reports of bird flu affecting 265K birds, mostly turkeys bringing the total birds lost since the beginning of the year to 45.1 million. Learn more on our website, Savalfoods.comFind us on Social Media:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterLinkedInSaval Foodservice is proudly celebrating 90 years in business in 2022.Shop our exclusive line of delicatessen products, Saval Deli- still made in Baltimore, Maryland, since 1932. Episode Sourceshttps://www.science.org/content/article/we-re-nervous-deadly-bird-flu-may-be-north-america-stayhttps://www.uniprofoodservice.com/https://www.urnerbarry.com/https://www.barchart.com/https://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/daily-pork-reportshttps://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/gm80hv35d?locale=en#release-itemshttp://www.cheesereporter.com/prices.htmhttps://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.html

The Agribusiness Update
U.S. Export Values Growing and Food Prices Continue to Climb

The Agribusiness Update

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022


Agriculture's share of the continued growth in the value of U.S. food exports has steadily increased, and food price index increases at smallest monthly rate since December.

Coming SOON: NOW and NEXT
Arrive Can will be optional; Food prices soar while Trudeau talk food insecurity at the UN; and Entertainment media helps crack cold cases

Coming SOON: NOW and NEXT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 32:07 Transcription Available


The ArriveCan App WILL be optional after all! Prime Minister Trudeau to talk about food security at the UN. And entertainment media are solving crimes and getting people released from prison. Time Codes: 2:07 The ArriveCan App WILL be optional.5:10 Traveling through Pearson still stinks.6:10 Bob Rae tells the UN "We have to provide the hope". Erin asks what the heck that means?8:46 Justin Trudeau to address food security at the UN.  Time well spent?12:45 Entertainment media are solving crimes. 13:55 Erin learns she's in a documentary.21:25 Today on the DAILY BRIEF with Dave.  Does Tony Chapman think CTV and Bell Media can repair the brand damage done in the wake of Lisa LaFlamme's firing?  Dave on Twitter www.twitter.com/davetrafford Erin on Twitter www.twitter.com/erintraffordErin on Instagram www.instagram.com/its.erintraffordErin on TikTok www.tiktok.com/erintrafford Email us hello@storystudionetwork.com  Now & Next Cast and CrewAssociate Producer Becky ColesProduction Manager Jaime NickersonAudio Editors Mike Treutler and Drew GarnerSonic Logo Designer and Creative Branding Greg MacDonaldNow & Next is a Story Studio Network Original

Calgary Today
Checking in on the travel industry as more Canadians want to get away, how inflation impacts food prices, and is $10 a day day-care actually working? - The Drive Podcast, September 21st

Calgary Today

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 28:56


On this Sept 21st edition of The Drive Podcast: Lots of Canadians are eager to travel this winter... but how is the travel industry doing? We check in with the Travel Lady Lesley Keyter about how the industry is doing. Afterwards Ted speaks with Janet Music from the Agri-Food Labs out of Dalhousie University about the impact that inflation has had on Food Prices. Finally, Ted chats with Global Calgary reporter Tomasia DaSilva about how things are working with $10 a day day-care.

Bill Kelly Show
MP's clash over affordability & inflation as parliament returns, Transportation inflation slow but food prices climb & Should NATO play a bigger role in the Artic?

Bill Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 52:59


The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Pierre Poilievre brought his core leadership campaign themes to the floor of the House of Commons on Tuesday, using his first Question Period as Leader of the Official Opposition to criticize the Liberals on inflation and the fact that many Canadians can't afford a place to live. Anticipating that line of attack, the Liberals countered by introducing two pieces of legislation to implement the government's recently announced $4.6-billion affordability plan. The package includes a doubling of the GST credit, a boost in rental supports and an interim dental care plan for uninsured parents with children under 12. The government says the programs are targeted at those most in need and will not contribute to inflation. GUEST: Muhammad Ali, Senior Consultant for Crestview Strategies - Inflation might be edging a bit lower, but it sure doesn't feel like it at the grocery store. Statistics Canada announced Tuesday morning that the Consumer Price Index rose by 7.0 per cent in August, compared to a year earlier. That's down from 7.6 per cent in July, and lower than the 7.2 per cent most economists had expected. In June, inflation had jumped to a 39-year high of 8.1 per cent. GUEST: Marvin Ryder, Professor with the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made a visit to Canada last month in what must be seen as an effort to prod us into taking our Arctic security more seriously. What has changed since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, and how should Canada respond? GUEST: Heather Exner-Pirot is a senior policy analyst at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute

The World and Everything In It
9.20.22 Food prices hurt food pantries, and helping the orphans

The World and Everything In It

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 31:46


The cost of food is making it harder to help those in need; Christian aid groups are stepping up support for Pakistanis affected by flooding; and helping orphans after tragedy strikes. Plus: no snails allowed, commentary from Emily Whitten, and the Tuesday morning news. Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Samaritan Ministries, a health care sharing ministry. It's affordable, there are no networks, and you can join today. More at samaritanministries.org/world podcast  From TeenPact Leadership Schools which seeks to inspire youth in their relationship with Christ and train them to understand the political process, value their liberty, defend the Christian faith, and engage the culture at a time in their lives when, typically, they do not care about such things. Learn more about your student attending a State Class in your state at teenpact.com. And from Ridge Haven, the camp and retreat center of the PCA in NC and Iowa. With extensive lodging, dining, and recreational offerings, Ridge Haven serves retreat groups of all sizes and ages, year-round. To book your next retreat visit ridgehaven.org

The St. John's Morning Show from CBC Radio Nfld. and Labrador (Highlights)

Lots of things - from meat and veggies to bread and dairy items - have become more pricey and the new sugar tax is adding to the cost for other items. It's all made grocery shopping a much more expensive activity. The CBC's Jessica Singer went to the Sobey's on Ropewalk Lane to ask people how they felt about the rising cost of food.

Bitesize Business Breakfast Podcast
Are food prices expected to keep increasing?

Bitesize Business Breakfast Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 35:35


We have a special focus on rising food prices, discussing foodflation with several industry experts - from Basmati rice exporters to cheese importers. Plus, Middle East air traffic will more than double over the next two decades - that's according to Boeing. We hear from Randy Heisey, Boeing managing director of Commercial Marketing for the Middle East and Africa, and Russia and Central Asia Regions.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Adam and Jordana
Second Harvest Heartland CEO Allison O'Toole on the struggles faced with rising food prices

Adam and Jordana

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 10:24


Second Harvest Heartland CEO Allison O'Toole joins the program to discuss her organization. The struggles they face with rising food prices and what those struggling with food insecurity should know going forward.

Market Trends with Tracy
Hot Weather Heightens Grain Prices

Market Trends with Tracy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 3:55


A USDA report released Monday lowered harvested corn acreage by 1 million acres and lowered yield per acre estimates 2.9%.  That same report reduced soy bean acreage by 600,000 acres and reduced yield per acre 1.4%.  These reductions are attributed to hot dry weather during the last few weeks of the growth cycle.  Learn more on our website, Savalfoods.comFind us on Social Media:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterLinkedInSaval Foodservice is proudly celebrating 90 years in business in 2022.Shop our exclusive line of delicatessen products, Saval Deli- still made in Baltimore, Maryland, since 1932.Episode Sources:https://www.urnerbarry.com/https://www.uniprofoodservice.com/https://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/daily-pork-reportshttps://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.htmlhttps://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/gm80hv35d?locale=en#release-itemshttps://www.foodbusinessnews.net/articles/22218-a-stunning-reversal-in-harvest-expectations

Clark County Today News
Food prices rocket to 40-year high, demolishing records every month

Clark County Today News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 3:26


Food prices have increased every month of 2022, with each month since February breaking 40-year records, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). https://bit.ly/3RJIleB #WNDNewsCenter #TheDailyCallerNewsFoundation #FoodPrices #Eggs #BureauOfLaborStatistics #PriceOfFood #BLSConsumerPriceIndex #USDepartmentOfAgriculture #PriceHikes #LargeSaleEconomicIssues #HighEnergyCosts #SupplyChainDisruptions #IncreasedLaborCosts #VancouverWa #ClarkCountyWa #ClarkCountyNews #ClarkCountyToday

The Ryan Gorman Show
August Inflation Report Shows Food Prices Increase at Record Levels

The Ryan Gorman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 7:30


Senior Economic Analyst for Bankrate Mark Hamrick steps through the August CPI report, which showed energy prices came down a bit while food prices increased at the highest level since 1979.

News 8 Daily
Biggest hike in food prices since 1979; experts predict many could be permanent

News 8 Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 13:09


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RNZ: Morning Report
Christopher Luxon on rising food prices

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:24


Food prices have increased by 8.3 percent over the past 12 months, the largest year on year rise since 2009. The figures from Stats NZ show grocery prices were up 8.7 percent, while fruit and vegetable prices increased by a whopping 15 percent. RNZ asked to talk to the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs, David Clark, but he didn't respond. National Party leader Christopher Luxon spoke to Guyon Espiner.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Barry O'Neill: Tomatoes NZ Chair says rising supplier costs are to blame for high food prices

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 2:31


Rising supplier costs are being blamed for food prices. Annual food prices have shot up to the highest rate in 13 years. Stats New Zealand data shows food cost 8.3 percent more this August than the last. Tomatoes NZ Chair Barry O'Neill told Mike Hosking there are some local structural issues in the industry. “One being the heating costs have got so high that a number of growers can't afford to heat their houses anymore, so we don't get production outside of the main summer period.” LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Mike Hosking Breakfast
Pollies: MPs Megan Woods and Mark Mitchell on food prices, housing intensification and Queen's public holiday

The Mike Hosking Breakfast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 10:24


MPs Megan Woods and Mark Mitchell joined Mike Hosking to wrap the week's political news. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Chris Quin: Foodstuffs managing director on rising food prices

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 1:57


Annual food prices have risen at the fastest rate in 13 years - 8.3 per cent over the last year. That's largely driven by fruit and vegetables increasing by 15 per cent year on year. Chris Quin, the managing director at Foodstuffs NZ is with us now to explain. LISTEN ABOVE  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive
Pattrick Smellie: BusinessDesk managing editor on GDP numbers

Heather du Plessis-Allan Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 3:33


The GDP numbers are expected to come out this Thursday, and the lead up doesn't look too promising. Between falling house prices and rising food prices, the economy is set to be in an interesting position going forward. Pattrick Smellie of Businessdesk has more to explain here. LISTEN ABOVESee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

KNX All Local
Hollywood High hit by firearms hoax--So Cal shoppers react to soaring food prices--Amtrak services suspended as strike looms--

KNX All Local

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 5:32


RNZ: Checkpoint
Food prices rise at fastest annual rate in 13 years

RNZ: Checkpoint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 6:18


Food prices have risen at their fastest annual rate in 13 years. Data from Stats NZ shows food prices were 8.3 percent higher this month compared to the same period last year. And Countdown says they've received four times the number of cost increase requests from suppliers last month, compared to a year ago. Checkpoint reporter Louise Ternouth has the details. Countdown's commercial director Steve Mills joins Lisa Owen with his response.  

Market Trends with Tracy
Avian Flu Takes A Toll on Turkey

Market Trends with Tracy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 3:23


Last week we had reports of 390K birds removed from the food supply, mostly turkeys, a worrying event and hopefully not a trend.  BUT – it is a trend.  This week we have new reports removing 3.1 million birds – 3 million egg laying chickens in Ohio and another 80K turkeys.  Seems we may be getting a double dose of bird flu this year.  Fall migration will be starting soon and this is not a great way to finish the year.  Expect an already tight supply to get tighter and prices move higher.  So far this year there have been 43.8 million birds removed from the food supply.  Looking at chicken, were the availability is strong, no avian flu reports, plenty of product, good pricing.   Episode Sources:https://www.provisioneronline.com/articles/113248-bacon-report-2022-all-sizzle-no-fizzle?oly_enc_id=9442E4975623E5Thttps://www.wsj.com/articles/record-turkey-prices-could-make-for-a-fowl-thanksgiving-11662117778https://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/daily-pork-reportshttps://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/gm80hv35d?locale=en#release-itemshttps://www.uniprofoodservice.com/https://www.urnerbarry.com/https://www.barchart.com/https://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.htmlLearn more on our website, Savalfoods.comFind us on Social Media:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterLinkedInSaval Foodservice is proudly celebrating 90 years in business in 2022.Shop our exclusive line of delicatessen products, Saval Deli- still made in Baltimore, Maryland, since 1932. 

Air1 Radio News
Air1 CLOSER LOOK: Food Prices, Fight Inflation From Your Fridge

Air1 Radio News

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 28:39


Food costs more these days. COVID-19 shutdowns drove up the price of labor, fertilizer and fuel needed to move crops from farms to factories to stores and eventually to your kitchen. What can you do? Should you panic buy? Comparison shop? Air1's Billie Branham checks in with Assoc Prof. Joe Balagtas at Purdue University and Jordan Page, lifestyle blogger and mom of 8 for proven tips on cutting your grocery bill. [Educational Media Foundation - All Rights Reserved]

K-LOVE News Podcast
K-LOVE CLOSER LOOK: Food Prices, Fight Inflation From Your Fridge

K-LOVE News Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 28:39


Food costs more these days. COVID-19 shutdowns drove up the price of labor, fertilizer and fuel needed to move crops from farms to factories to stores and eventually to your kitchen. What can you do? Should you panic buy? Comparison shop? K-LOVE's Billie Branham checks in with Assoc Prof. Joe Balagtas at Purdue University and Jordan Page, lifestyle blogger and mom of 8 for proven tips on cutting your grocery bill. [Educational Media Foundation - All Rights Reserved]

Inside Agriculture Podcasts
09-06-22 - World Food Prices Continue Falling as Supply Levels Rise. How Much Do Ag. Trade Deficits/Surpluses Matter for Agriculture? FAPRI Releases its U.S. Baseline Outlook Report.

Inside Agriculture Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 3:00


The Intelligence
Cereal numbers: the fall in food prices

The Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 24:37 Very Popular


The worst predictions for costs have not come to pass, partly because Russia is selling plenty of wheat. But plenty of food-price woe may still await. We examine the curious re-appearance of the polio virus in the West. And the trials of “Pink Sauce” reveal the perils of being a cottage-food producer—or consumer—in the social-media age.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

Economist Radio
Cereal numbers: the fall in food prices

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 24:37


The worst predictions for costs have not come to pass, partly because Russia is selling plenty of wheat. But plenty of food-price woe may still await. We examine the curious re-appearance of the polio virus in the West. And the trials of “Pink Sauce” reveal the perils of being a cottage-food producer—or consumer—in the social-media age.For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here www.economist.com/intelligenceoffer Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.

In A Pickle
IAP#S2E1: How do we break up a toxic friendship? | How do we cope with inflated food prices?

In A Pickle

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 43:59


Some friendships are toxic and it's hard to figure out how to fix them. Sometimes these people keep dragging us down, making us more and more miserable with each passing week… or day. And we tend to get trapped in the downward spiral, unable to break away from these negative relationships. In this episode, we discuss if we should remove these friends from our lives and how we should break up a toxic friendship. We went on to discuss a 2nd topic, which is on inflation and our coping mechanism to deal with inflated food prices. ➤

Market Trends with Tracy
Keeping An Eye On Corn

Market Trends with Tracy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 3:22


Grains  Corn closed @ $7.43 just up from last week's close of $7.35.  Initial harvest reports are a bit troubling and weather has not been helping.  There is concern yields could be substantially reduced which could be pushing prices higher once the harvest is in hand.  Something I will be watching.  Soy oil is holding pretty steady, there was a small increase earlier this week but nothing to alarming.  The soy harvest could be similarly affected  by weather as corn.  Winter wheat harvest is done, summer wheat harvest is in process and running behind.  International issues may push prices higher but right now, it looks pretty steady.  Episode Sourceshttps://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/swine-reportshttps://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/gm80hv35d?locale=en#release-itemshttps://www.urnerbarry.com/https://www.uniprofoodservice.com/https://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.htmlhttps://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/animalhealth/animal-disease-information/avian/avian-influenza/hpai-2022Learn more on our website, Savalfoods.comFind us on Social Media:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterLinkedInSaval Foodservice is proudly celebrating 90 years in business in 2022.Shop our exclusive line of delicatessen products, Saval Deli- still made in Baltimore, Maryland, since 1932. 

RNZ: Morning Report
Fruit and vegetable prices up 16 percent since start of year

RNZ: Morning Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 4:59


Figures from an international e-commerce company show the cost of fruit and vegetables in New Zealand have risen by almost 16 percent since the start of the year. It's the twelfth highest rise out of 94 countries ranked by Picodi. Consumer New Zealand chief executive Jon Duffy says there are a number of reasons prices are soaring. He spoke to Susie Ferguson.

ADAPT 2030 | Mini Ice Age Conversations
(MIAC #370) Global Food Disruption Famines Inbound

ADAPT 2030 | Mini Ice Age Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 31:40 Very Popular


As we move into the months of September / November / December the CBOT may be running into trouble delivering grains from the all time demand on pledged contracts for delivery. If this happens basic food stuffs buyers will go directly to the grain silos and negotiate directly with farmers or farm co-ops. The end of the financial system happens in this set of events. Thank You for Visiting my Sponsors: ADAPT 2030 (PATREON) My Patriot Supply Emergency Food Kit Hemplucid True Leaf Market Heirloom and Organic Seeds ADAPT 2030 AMAZON SHOP

Eat Drink Triad Podcast
Food prices across North Carolina are rising and squeezing family budgets

Eat Drink Triad Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022


Marlowe Ivey is a third-generation farmer in Eastern North Carolina and a growing entrepreneur. Join her for expert insight on what's driving the cost of food.

ADAPT 2030 | Mini Ice Age Conversations
(MIAC #369) Unbelievable Collapse Similarities of the 1930's vs. 2022

ADAPT 2030 | Mini Ice Age Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 30:05 Very Popular


The collapse has begun and is in its amplification phase. Reading how the U.S government reacted in the 1930's to mass unemployment and economic collapse, it is eerie the almost exact words being used today. If you substitute the names and switch CBDC from money printing press, you would think you were reading todays news. This is a playbook for a reset, more a cycle of resets. Thank You for Visiting my Sponsors: ADAPT 2030 (PATREON) My Patriot Supply Emergency Food Kit Hemplucid True Leaf Market Heirloom and Organic Seeds ADAPT 2030 AMAZON SHOP

Market Trends with Tracy
Time To Buy Bacon | Pork Drops $56

Market Trends with Tracy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 3:55


First of all, Happy Birthday to Tracy's Mother! On Tuesday bellies dropped $48 and with yesterday's close at $144 has dropped $56 since last week's close of $200.  Elevated cold storage numbers, hows that for a turn around from last year…  plus expected increasing production as the weather cools and packers are dealing with the classic issue, sell or smell it.  This is definitely a buying time.  I don't know how long we will see this market but I'm betting we've got a few weeks to secure good value product.  The rest of the pork complex is following the lead of bellies but not to the same dramatic drops.  Pork will be a good value for the next few weeks, at least.  Learn more on our website, Savalfoods.comFind us on Social Media:InstagramFacebookYouTubeTwitterLinkedInSaval Foodservice is proudly celebrating 90 years in business in 2022.Shop our exclusive line of delicatessen products, Saval Deli- still made in Baltimore, Maryland, since 1932. Episode Sources:https://www.porkbusiness.com/news/hog-production/pork-bellies-plummet-drag-cutout-lower?mkt_tok=ODQzLVlHQi03OTMAAAGGc6JmbpYmadAuAkEf3rK-9Vq1C43IjB0b0ldyqyDt1ER-o9RzCmVhdWz6J8POq7hzWzzXhd9e9i8krghUHbURqs-LBNDT7eFx9vCcpT-0HJvYrHchttps://www.ams.usda.gov/market-news/swine-reports https://www.urnerbarry.com/https://www.uniprofoodservice.com/ http://www.cheesereporter.com/prices.htmhttps://usda.library.cornell.edu/concern/publications/gm80hv35d?locale=en#release-itemshttps://www.cdc.gov/flu/avianflu/data-map-commercial.htmlhttps://www.meatingplace.com/Industry/News/Details/106082

Farming Today
26/08/22 - Fertiliser, food prices, reviving a Scottish island

Farming Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 13:25


There's a warning of welfare problems for livestock sent to slaughter, as the supply of carbon dioxide - which is used for stunning the animals - is once again drying up. It could lead to issues on farms as a rising number of pigs and poultry can't be sent to the abattoir. Carbon dioxide is a by-product of the manufacture of ammonia - and the UK's last remaining ammonia plant is no longer going to produce it. CF Industries says the cost of operating is too high, so for now it's going to import ammonia instead, and - as the gas is a by-product of ammonia production - it won't be making CO2. This will also have an impact on the supply and price of fertiliser. All this week Farming Today has looking at the causes and consequences of rising food prices. A survey from the Nat West bank reveals that 99 per cent of the 252 farmers they asked say they're facing above inflation price rises on at least one main input - things like energy, fuel, feed or fertiliser. Some are planning to grow less or change what they produce in the coming year to limit their losses. Many had agreed prices with their customers before the rise in energy prices, for instance, and so will be looking for much higher prices next season. We speak to a livestock farmer in Somerset. In 2018 the island of Ulva, which sits off the coast of the Isle of Mull and had a population of just five, was bought by a community group for around £4.5 million. Plans to restore the housing on the island are well under way and the population has doubled to ten. But now the island's farmland has to be brought back to life, too. We hear from the man tasked with doing just that. You can hear the full story on On Your Farm on BBC Sounds. Presented by Charlotte Smith Produced by Sally Challoner

Best of Today
Food prices soar in economic difficulty

Best of Today

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 19:42


In the midst of a difficult economic climate and a war in Europe, consumers are feeling the effects on their food bills. Today teams up with Farming Today's Charlotte Smith and the Food Programme's Dan Saladino to investigate the production challenges facing farmers and the realities for shoppers at the tills. (Image Credit: James Manning/PA Wire)

Feedstuffs in Focus
Inflation: How long can meat prices stay this high?

Feedstuffs in Focus

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 20:34


Protein prices have increased rapidly in the past 24 months, amid the broader press of inflation. With inflation at its highest rate in more than 40 years, the question becomes how long beef, pork and poultry prices can remain at such elevated levels before demand erodes significantly.David Williams is senior vice president of procurement and management at CTI Foods, based in Texas. In this episode, Williams discusses the current state of the animal protein markets, with an eye toward the implications of sustained food price inflation on demand, and how those same factors will influence the supply side of the equation over the next 12-to-24 months.We also discuss the persistent drought in cattle country, and why he says most analysts are underestimating how much the cattle herd is shrinking as producers struggle in the absence of hay and pasture.This episode is sponsored by United Animal Health, a leader in animal health and nutrition. You can learn more about United Animal Health and how they are working to advance animal science worldwide by visiting their website UnitedANH.com.

Lead-Lag Live
AMC Is As Crazy As Soaring Food Prices With Doomberg

Lead-Lag Live

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 41:58


People have no idea how insane #food prices could get.Check The Lead-Lag Report on your favorite social networks.  Twitter: https://twitter.com/leadlagreport​​​​​YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/theleadlagreportFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/leadlagreport​​Instagram: https://instagram.com/leadlagreport​​​Sign up for The Lead-Lag Report at www.leadlagreport.com and use promo code PODCAST30 for 2 weeks free and 30% off.Nothing on this channel should be considered as personalized financial advice or a solicitation to buy or sell any securities.The content in this program is for informational purposes only. You should not construe any information or other material as investment, financial, tax, or other advice. The views expressed by the participants are solely their own. A participant may have taken or recommended any investment position discussed, but may close such position or alter its recommendation at any time without notice. Nothing contained in this program constitutes a solicitation, recommendation, endorsement, or offer to buy or sell any securities or other financial instruments in any jurisdiction. Please consult your own investment or financial advisor for advice related to all investment decisions.See disclosures for The Lead-Lag Report here: The Lead-Lag Report (leadlagreport.com)The Personal Finance PodcastSubscribe now and Master Your Money in Less than 30 Minutes Per Week! Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify

The Current
Grain giants reap record profits as food prices surge

The Current

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 15:32


As food prices surge and the world faces a global hunger crisis, grain giants are reaping record profits, prompting calls for regulation and taxes on excess profits. We talk to Alex Maitland, a senior policy advisor with Oxfam International; and Sylvain Charlebois, a professor in food distribution and policy at Dalhousie University.

Consider This from NPR
As Inflation Eases, Food Prices Soar

Consider This from NPR

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 12:52 Very Popular


Gas prices are down. Inflation is dropping ever so slightly. But the cost of food is going up. The price of food in America rose more in the past year than it has at any time since 1979.We'll explore the ways that high food prices are affecting consumers and small businesses alike, and see what inflation means for those who are most vulnerable to food insecurity.This episode features reporting from NPR's Asma Khalid, Scott Horsley and Ari Shapiro, along with Stephan Bisaha from our Gulf States Newsroom.In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment to help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at considerthis@npr.org.

Didn't I Just Feed You
209: Balancing Picky Eaters and Rising Food Prices

Didn't I Just Feed You

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 36:53 Very Popular


With supermarket inflation at an all-time high, Heather from Okayest Moms asked us to talk through ways to give our picky kids their safe foods while also feeding ourselves what we like, all while dodging diet culture pitfalls while talking through food choices. This episode is brought to you by our sponsors Nutrafol and KiwiCo: Use code DIJFY to get $15 off your first order at nutrafol.com Use code DIJFY for 50% off your first crate at Kiwico.com

PBS NewsHour - World
Grain shipments increase out of Ukraine, potentially helping to ease global food prices

PBS NewsHour - World

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 7:36


President Zelensky on Thursday hosted Turkey's President Erdogan and the UN Secretary-General Guterres, both architects of a deal last month that allows Ukraine to export food amid the war and a global food shortage. But has that UN-brokered deal been effective in achieving its goals? Joe Glauber, senior fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Grain shipments increase out of Ukraine, potentially helping to ease global food prices

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 7:36


President Zelensky on Thursday hosted Turkey's President Erdogan and the UN Secretary-General Guterres, both architects of a deal last month that allows Ukraine to export food amid the war and a global food shortage. But has that UN-brokered deal been effective in achieving its goals? Joe Glauber, senior fellow at the International Food Policy Research Institute, joins Nick Schifrin to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

The Heresy Financial Podcast
Record Increase in Food Prices - with Inflation at 0%?

The Heresy Financial Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 11:43


What is going on with inflation?! We recently got the report that shows the July numbers for inflation, and you've probably seen some conflicting reports about it. There have been headlines showing that we haven't seen any inflation for the month of July, while some other headlines are saying that food prices are pricing most Americans out of being able to afford food.

Trumpet Hour
#721: Will Food Prices Keep Rising?, and More

Trumpet Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 50:33


High fuel prices in America could continue to drive food prices higher, not just because of transport costs but because some farmers say it may not even be cost effective to harvest their crops, additionally straining food supply. New documents show that vaccine mandates in Canada were imposed without scientific justification, showing that government officials were lying when they said they were following the science. China is further cementing its naval superiority in Asia by buying a deepwater port in the Solomon Islands. Several factors show Germany's terrible World War II history is threatening to repeat itself—but we'll look at some related history from after the war that points to an ultimately hopeful future for Germany. We close by talking about a wonderful power you have and should exercise every day. Links [02:19] U.S. Fall Harvest (8 minutes) “High Diesel Prices May Prevent Farmers From Harvesting Their Crops This Fall” [10:39] Canadian Vaccine Mandates (11 minutes) [21:50] China in Solomon Islands (10 minutes) “China to Buy Strategic Deepwater Port in Solomon Islands” [31:33] Germany Repeating History (12 minutes) “A Nation Capable of Repenting” Jonah: A Strong Warning to God's Church The Wonderful World Tomorrow—What It Will Be Like [43:22] LAST WORD: Your Glorious God-Given Power (7 minutes) “Your Glorious God-Given Power”

CATS Roundtable
NYFG COO Joe Parisi - Food prices skyrocketing especially meat... midwest drought.

CATS Roundtable

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 6:16


NYFG COO Joe Parisi - Food prices skyrocketing especially meat... midwest drought. by John Catsimatidis

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Inflation Reduction Act, Really? Plus, Afghan Terror Potential, Guest: John Hayward on Fallout From Pelosi's Trip to Taiwan

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 57:22


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, Arizona Democrat Senator Kyrsten Sinema caved. She's joined Joe Manchin and Chuck Schumer to help Joe Biden pass a 9-figure Build Back Better-lite called the Inflation Reduction Act, which reportedly won't reduce inflation and may make it worse. Speaking of inflation, food lines in America are getting longer under Biden as pet owners are abandoning their furry friends at alarming rates because cost are sky high. Then, Biden ends another week as virtual President and tested positive for COVID again. Plus, FBI Director Chris Wray warns of potential terror attacks from Afghanistan after Biden's botched withdrawal and the dangers of our open border. Finally, WNBA Star Brittney Griner was sentenced to 9 years in a Russian prison on drug charges and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has sidelined a George Soros-backed  State's Attorney. Our guest today is John Hayward, Breitbart News National Security Deputy Editor. John unloads on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's visit to Taiwan and details China's attention seeking response. He also highlights the potential danger of a Chinese food manufacturing company that has bought 300 acres of land in North Dakota - just 20 minutes from the Grand Forks Air Force Base.