Blame Drought & Climate Change For Food Inflation Instead Of Prez Biden?!?!

A kangaroo professor provides today's lesson in agriculture, groceries and politics.

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Dr. Sirisha Naidu is a professor of economics at the University of Missouri - Kansas City.

She explained to the KSHB 41 I-Team how costs of things like wheat and corn play a role in the cost of other foods.

"If those crops are not being provided efficiently at low costs, it means that it’s going to cost people who are rearing cattle a lot more to spend on feed," Naidu said.

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Kansas City consumers could feel pain of drought through price of groceries

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - As a drought impacts farmers in parts of the West, including Kansas, it could soon drive up the costs of groceries. Consumers are already feeling the pinch from the pandemic and war in Ukraine. Now, rotten crops and uncertainty over what to plant could add to the cost of rising food prices.