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How Will the Restaurant Industry React to Rising Beef Prices?
Co-founder, Tender Greens
Beef prices are at historical highs due to low supply, increasing demand, the effects of drought and rising feed costs. Beef prices climbed this past year, and prices are expected to continue climbing 5-6 percent.
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A multi-billion-dollar weather disaster -- a devastating drought -- raging across Oklahoma and Texas is expected to increase already-high food prices for beef-eating Americans in the coming months.
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