The latest news on prices
Food for thought on how to counter rising prices in 2013.
Last summer's drought is just one factor that could mean more expensive holiday food budgets.
Prices have slipped considerably over the year. So why is a cup of coffee still expensive?
Rising corn prices could mean higher food prices for consumers.
Thanks to an abundant supply, the Maine delicacy is under $4 a pound in some places.
In step with a disappointing jobs report, asking prices held steady while rents continue to creep up.
Growing global demand for meat, and the grains it requires, may be pulling food prices higher.
Prices are stabilizing, but not going up.
Falling prices not widely forecast, but weak growth and government budget cuts have raised the odds.
Federal Reserve has more room to ease monetary policy