Brian Ochsner: Food Prices Going Up More, Inflation Not Transitory

Food prices have been going up for the better part of a year, and the Fed is claiming these price increases are “transitory”, and in one sense, they are transitory because pretty soon the food we eat will cost even more!

Brian Ochsner, who is a Kansas wheat farmer, an economic analyst and a health & wellness educator, joined Silver Doctors on Thursday, April 8, 2021, for a robust discussion on topics such as food price inflation, the nation’s food supply, and food production challenges going forward.

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Some of the topics in today’s discussion include:

It seems as if people are feeling the effects of food price inflation every time they go shopping for groceries. What’s Brian’s current assessment of the nation’s food supply.

Is the food price inflation transitory?

What is the government doing or not doing for farmers, and does government action help out, or is it a hindrance?

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Is our infrastructure able to handle modern American food production?

What are we to make of reports that we hear from time to time about things like China owning a bunch of farmland, or Bill Gates buying acre upon acre of fertile land?

What’s on Brian’s radar as we move through the Spring of 2021?

For discussion of all of those topics and more, tune-in to the interview in its entirety!


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