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BBQ costs rise

If you're in charge of the Fourth of July celebration this weekend, it'll cost a bit more to feed your guests.

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Beef Prices Forecast to Rise [AUDIO]

Continuing a multi-year trend, consumers are facing higher beef prices in 2014. Still, beef is expected to remain "king of the protein" among shoppers.WOB

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$8 for a Gallon of Milk? [AUDIO]

The 2008 federal farm bill is set to expire at year's end, and if Congress doesn't pass a new one, a law from the 1940s would kick in -- causing milk prices to jump by $2 or $3 per gallon.

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Thanksgiving Dinner: A Bit Cheaper This Year [AUDIO]

The cost of putting a traditional Thanksgiving meal on the table is down slightly from last year, according to an annual survey from the American Farm Bureau Federation.

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Severe Drought Threatens Midwest Corn Crops
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How Will The Drought Affect Food Prices In NJ? [AUDIO]

Corn and soybean crops have been deteriorating rapidly in the Midwest as the region deals with one of the worst droughts on record. In turn, New Jersey residents can expect short-term and long-term price changes at the grocery store.

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Barbeque Costs Skyrocketing This Summer [AUDIO]

The cost of your summer barbeque is going up this year as the prices of meat, cheese and vegetables are rising. If you're firing up the grill, the price of steaks is up 7%, chicken 22%, and beef 13% over last year.

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