http://www.marketwatch.com/story/wh...igher-food-prices-2010-04-22?siteid=rss&rss=1 Most interesting part of this article is... "The big story in the March PPI was wholesale food prices, which rose 2.4%, matching the biggest gain in 26 years. Prices of fresh and dried vegetables soared 49.3%, the most in 16 years." So prices of fresh vegetables rose 49%. Now most products use some kind of vegetable to make whatever it is they make, So I think we will be seeing some massive inflation soon. Another part of the article... "Federal Reserve officials have largely ignored the PPI, saying that inflation at the more-important consumer level is expected to be modest for the next few years, given the considerable slack in the economy that saps the ability to raise prices at will" Since we all know that whatever the federal reserve says is NEVER true, this is just more evidence we are going to have high inflation in the very near future.