Nutrition

Global Glycerin Market Analysis Report 2022: Market to Reach USD 3.4 Billion by 2026 - Transesterification Leads Global Glycerin Market

Global Lipid Nutrition Market Report to 2031 – by Product, Source, Form, Application, Distribution and Region

Dublin, Sept. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The report “Global Lipid Nutrition Market 2021-2031 by Product, Source, Form, Application, Distribution, and Region: Trend Forecast and Growth Opportunity” has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. Global Lipid Nutrition Market to Reach USD 17,516.6 Million by 2031, growing at 7.6% pa over the period 2021-2031, driven by …

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Food prices are skyrocketing, and it's changed the way we eat |  CNN Business

Food prices are skyrocketing, and it’s changed the way we eat | CNN Business

New York CNN Business — Lisa Altman prided herself on being able to eat whatever she wanted without worrying too much about the price. When she was growing up, seconds weren’t served and side dishes were rare. “My mom had a budget every week and she stuck to it,” she said. “As I got older …

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'We haven't seen a spike in food inflation yet': Food prices haven't risen so steeply since 1979, with basic groceries up nearly 40%

‘We haven’t seen a spike in food inflation yet’: Food prices haven’t risen so steeply since 1979, with basic groceries up nearly 40%

Food prices continued to rise in August, putting pressure on low- and middle-income households in particular. The cost of food for home preparation rose 13.5% from August 2021, the highest growth rate since March 1979, according to government data. The annual rise in the US consumer price index was 8.3% in August. Overall, food was …

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