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  • Adah Fitzgerald

    This info graphic demonstrates how the current drought, or any event that affects prices for raw farm commodities, ultimately has a marginal effect on what we pay at the grocery or restaurant.

  • Leah Betancourt

    drought & food prices via USDA

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