Market to Market December 13, 2002 (#2814)
Stories From This Episode
The Cost Of Food Transportation
(Dec 13, 2002) A visit to the local Midwest grocery store which sells tangerines from South Africa, apples from New Zealand, boxes of bananas from Costa Rica and asparagus from Mexico confirms it is truly a global marketplace.
Farm-To-City Water Transfer Ahead
(Dec 13, 2002) Water is the lifeblood of California.
USDA Numbers Support Markets
(Dec 13, 2002) With one eye on the southern hemisphere and the other scanning government reports, grain and oilseed traders this week were seeking a balance between reality and potential.
Market Analysis: Dec 13, 2002
(Dec 13, 2002) The grain markets finished the week with mixed numbers.
Market Plus: Dec 13, 2002
(Dec 13, 2002) John Roach is with us this week with Roach Ag and John, you brought up several points and you've got a lot of folks out there who are on pins and needles and it kind of sounds like the trade is on pins and needles.
Northeast Iowa Local Food Project
(Mar 7, 2003) A Local Food Project introduces restaurants and institutions to farmers who can grow food to complete a business' menu.
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