Corn prices increasing, what'll it mean for grocery costs?

Corn prices increasing, what'll it mean for grocery costs?
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POSTED: Tuesday, February 15, 2011 - 1:29pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, November 2, 2011 - 10:21am

TYLER - The demand for corn is going up, which is expected to increase it's production costs.  Experts say it'll trickle down onto the price of beef and commodities at grocery stores.  Coming up tonight on KETK Live @ 5, we talk to the President of the National Corn Growers of America organization.  He breaks down just how exactly increasing corn prices will affect corn farmers and the grocery industry.

 

Jessica Wilson/ KETKnbc.com

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Interesitng - the current price of corn is up to 654 cents per bushel

http://www.cornmarketprice.com

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What'll? Really?

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