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Higher fuel prices mean higher food prices


We’re paying more at the fuel pump—and we’re starting to pay more at the grocery store too. It’s not a coincidence. WUFT-FM’s Corey Bachman spoke with University of Florida Food and Resource economist Tom Spreen about the cause and effect when so many oil based products are involved in what we put on the table:

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