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Thread: Paying a lot more for food next year, says Canada's Food Price Report

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    Quote Originally Posted by werner.reiche View Post
    When you increase the cost of anything basic to production or manufacturing, you increase the price of everything across the board.
    When you increase the cost of fuel for example, you've increased the cost of:
    - the farmer's overhead
    - crop inputs
    - use of machinery to plant and harvest
    - transport of produce from farm to processing
    - transport of product from processing to the store

    Similar when you increase the cost of other elements like electricity or taxes.
    It's all a very regressive scheme.
    My local farmer up north gives me access to manure and I give him access to money for diesel for the tractor.

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