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Economy / Grocery Prices #1132475

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 26, 2014
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(Studio: Cynthia McFadden) Report introduced.

(Potomac, Maryland: Tom Costello) The rise in food prices examined this Memorial Day; example prices cited; scenes shown from the Tally Ho barbecue in Potomac, Maryland; details given about the impact of the drought in Texas, Oklahoma & California and a virus that is killing millions of piglets. [WOMAN, barbecue lady Lisa KAPLAN‡– comment.] [Agricultural economist Daniel HUEBER†- comments on the low number of cattle in the US.] [Butcher shop owner Okie WHITCRAFT††- says it falls back on everything we buy.] [“Today” financial editor Jean CHATZKY†- notes the difficulty for anybody on a fixed income.]

McFadden, Cynthia;
Costello, Tom

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