Consumers

Southern States Hit Hardest by Inflation as Consumers Flee Northern Covid Restrictions

The owner of two taverns in St. Petersburg tells NR the costs for everything from crab legs to takeout containers has gotten out of control. The post Southern States Hit Hardest by Inflation as Consumers Flee Northern Covid Restrictions appeared first on Federal Inquirer – Breaking News Updates | Latest News Headlines.

UBS Chief Economist: There Is No Inflation, Consumers Are Just Imagining It

Yesterday we asked if it was time to start worrying about food inflation while discussing recent notes by both Goldman and SocGen’s Albert Edwards, who highlighted the current burst in food inflation across the globe and especially emerging markets, pointing out troubling similarities to the period of soaring food inflation in late 2010 – sparked…

World’s First Robotic Kitchen For Consumers Can Whip Up 5,000 Recipes

By Tyler Durden So let’s strategize for a couple of minutes. With restaurants out of style because of the virus pandemic, and remote working pushing city dwellers to suburban areas, Americans have spent a lot of time at home this year – forcing them to prepare their meals. Come to find out, meal prepping takes…

Land O’Lakes Profit Surges 22% In Q3 As Consumers Cooking-At-Home Spur Butter Boon

While we have watched a lot of the obvious beneficiaries of the pandemic see their company’s respective stocks soar (not the least of which was Zoom, who passed Exxon in market cap last week), there’s still one place people haven’t necessarily shed a light on yet: butter.  Butter sales at dairy companies like Land O’Lakes have been…