Food producers have struggled with shortages, bottlenecks, and transportation, weather and labor woes, all of which have caused food prices to rise.
Higher prices at the supermarket are forcing families to adjust their shopping or seek help from food banks. However, food banks are also feeling the pinch and food donations are down.
Today on All Sides with Ann Fisher, we take a look at the rising price of food as we approach the holiday season.
Laura Reiley, business of food reporter at The Washington Post
Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director, Ohio Association of Foodbanks
Lon Swanson, a senior vice president and agribusiness consultant for Wells Fargo Bank