Minnesota Farm Bureau: Ethanol defended in questions over food prices
BROOKLYN PARK, Minn. -- As rising food costs mirrored higher oil prices, critics blamed ethanol production. But now that oil is half the price it was this summer, why hasn't food prices likewise dropped?
Food prices have soared the past two years, and some blame that on the diversion of corn to ethanol production and away from the table and as feed stock.
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