Monday, April 14, 2008

Higher Food Prices Affect School Cafeterias

Interesting story from the Washington Post.

"We're seeing our food cost growing at a rate that is putting pressure on our budget. Increases in corn, wheat, milk -- it's really hitting us," Goldstein said. "We're having to be creative, but we're worried it's not sustainable."

1 comment:

Ellen K said...

Did you catch the newest cover of Newsweek? It seems that corn based ethanol is causing corn prices to rise. Let's see, I posted that like a month ago....I guess that's why I get the big bucks.