Blame your bill on corn, weather
Shoppers already dealing with high gasoline prices face surging costs for groceries driven partly by demand for biofuels
June 6, 2007
BY JANET RAUSA FULLER Staff Reporter
With coupons in hand, Sharon Piejko walked the aisles of a downtown Dominick's on her lunch hour and fretted over the high prices.
"It's very painful," said Piejko, 55, of Calumet City. "I mean, a dollar for a can of cat food? I have two cats, and I have two adult kids living with me, so budgeting for food is difficult right now. If I don't see a really good sale, I don't go." the rest