Sticker Shock: Rising Prices and Food Chain Impacts  

The U.S. is setting records, and it’s not anything to celebrate. Consumer prices recently hit their highest level in 13 years, with the cost of meat products and baked goods leading the way, according to the U.S. department of labor. While the reasons and ripple effects are many, no one is immune from the sticker shock when it comes to putting food on the table.

What’s driving the surge and what are the short- and long-term impacts for the food industry? Join host Charlie Arnot, CEO of The Center for Food Integrity, with Jayson Lusk, Distinguished Professor at Purdue University and food and agriculture economist, and Sarah George, senior vice president of fresh foods at Costco Wholesale, as they discuss rising prices and food chain impacts.

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