Food Prices Fell in March But Are Still Way Up Year-on-Year: Kiplinger Economic Forecasts

Food prices remain elevated but there is finally some good news for households.

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Food prices are fundamental to our personal wealth and the wider economy. As we all need to buy food, the impact of price changes has a material impact on our personal finances. 

To help you learn more about how food prices are changing, and the reason behind those movements, our highly knowledgeable Kiplinger Letter team will update you on all the important events and data (Get a free issue of The Kiplinger Letter or subscribe). Here’s the latest forecast…

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Matthew Housiaux
Reporter, The Kiplinger Letter
Housiaux covers the White House and state and local government for The Kiplinger Letter. Before joining Kiplinger in June 2016, he lived in Sioux Falls, SD, where he was the forum editor of Augustana University's student newspaper, the Mirror. He also contributed stories to the Borgen Project, a Seattle-based nonprofit focused on raising awareness of global poverty. He earned a B.A. in history and journalism from Augustana University.