Nutrition Business Journal
Supply pricing moves uniformly higher, still higher prices to come

Supply pricing moves uniformly higher, still higher prices to come

Prices are up throughout the nutrition industry, and up dramatically. Commodity pricing & volatility signal higher food costs to come for consumers, as global climate change wreaks havoc on staple crops. Escalations in raw materials pricing follows suit for supplements & functional foods, as manufacturers & retailers begin to pass costs down the value chain.

In its August 9 meeting with the Federal Reserve Board, the Federal Open Market Committee issued the following statement: “Temporary factors, including the damping effect of higher food an

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