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Rising Food Prices

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We see it every time we head to the checkout line: food prices are eating up more of our budgets than ever before. The USDA notes that in December 2012, it cost $248 a week to feed a family of four. That’s a 41% jump over the past 10 years.[1] And it’s not just a US phenomenon. In 2012, global food prices rose 2.7%. The World Bank global food price index increased 104.5% between 2000 and 2012, at an average annual rate of 6.5%.[2] Population growth, biofuel production, supply shocks due to extreme weather, and other factors will continue to put upward pressure on our grocery bills. And that could fill up the carts of companies that feed the world. See more
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Weight Segment & Stocks Symbol 1 MO / 1 YR Return
68.8% Packaged Foods 14.2%
17.5% Kellogg Company K 19.4%
14.2% General Mills Inc. GIS 16.7%
9.8% ConAgra Foods Inc. CAG 13.0%
7.4% The Hershey Company HSY 7.4%
6.2% Pinnacle Foods Inc. PF 14.4%
3.7% Tootsie Roll Industries Inc. TR 19.7%
3.0% Flowers Foods Inc. FLO 35.9%
2.4% Lancaster Colony Corporation LANC 42.3%
1.8% Snyder's-Lance Inc. LNCE 1.1%
1.4% AdvancePierre Foods Holdings Inc. APFH --
1.4% B&G Foods Inc. BGS 43.1%
17.5% Meat Processors 41.6%
7.1% Tyson Foods Inc. TSN 83.9%
4.1% Sanderson Farms Inc. SAFM 41.1%
3.4% Cal-Maine Foods Inc. CALM 24.1%
2.8% Pilgrim's Pride Corp. PPC 15.1%
8.2% Crop Processors 7.6%
7.0% Bunge Limited BG 9.4%
1.2% SunOpta Inc. STKL 3.1%
4.4% Fruits & Vegetables 48.3%
3.0% Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc. FDP 49.7%
1.4% Calavo Growers Inc. CVGW 45.4%
1.0% Dairy Processors 4.7%
1.0% Dean Foods Company DF 4.7%

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