Food prices are up again, continuing a trend that began last year, according to an Indiana Farm Bureau survey.
this is 6news at 5:30.” > >todd:tonight on six news at 5:30 — if be prepared to pay more the next time you buy groceries. od evening. i’m todd connor. > >ericka:i’m ericka flye. a new report by the indiana farm bureau says food prices have gone up for the past four quarters — but there are ways to stretch your dollars. six news reporter stacia matthews explains how. > >reporter:thanks to global demand for meat and dairy products a trip to the supermarket is costing more. other countries are relying on the u-s to provide more protien in their diet… and that’s driving up prices here. > >reporter:michael franklin is paying more to put food on the table. > >”it’s very painful. it’s just taking more money.” > >reporter:so, he shops with a list to avoid impulse buying. > >”y’re not .. i want this… grabbing this and grabbing that.. you’re pretty much staying within your budget.” > >report