Grain Forecast Courses Through Supply Chains


Rising costs for grains are boosting prices for food and fuel. Food prices rose 11% in July versus last year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics last CPI report. Energy prices rose 33% in the same time frame. The worst drought in a decade is challenging farmers who already are struggling with surging costs on the dark side of a post-Covid commodities boom.  Read what’s happening here.


Author: The Wall Street Journal