150_gasprices_food.jpgEven if you don’t drive, expect those $4 a gallon gas prices to affect your wallet with rising fuel prices affecting costs across the boards. This could be especially bad news for flesh eaters, “Everyone knows inflation is driving food prices higher,” he says. “What they may not realize is that what’s taking place at the gas station will drive them even higher. Those higher fuel costs are a killer, and if you love meat, that love affair will soon cost you more. Restaurants and supermarkets won’t have any choice; they’ll have to raise prices.” |NYSun|