Friday, September 5, 2008

Food Crisis?

UK food prices show 8.3% increase

Food prices in UK supermarkets and shops have risen by 8.3% since January, a new index compiled for the BBC shows. Meat and fish - up 22.9% - registered the biggest price increases for any one category in the survey, with fresh fruit and vegetables up 14.7%. People can't afford to eat, let alone house and heat themselves. Also take a look at the other links on the news page with food news around the world.

Posted by renting2 @ 10:07 AM (448 views)
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  • Our beloved leader has solved the affordable housing problem by making the market crash.
    Now he’s solving the obesity problem too….

    As renting2 points out, more money spent on necessities means less money to funnel into the housing piggy bank. It also means less money left over to save in pensions or invest in the stockmarket. This will all contribute to the ongoing asset price deflation.

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