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Can Food Inflation Fears Fatten Your Portfolio?

Food inflation has become a global issue, and CNBC asked those familiar with the situation to share their insight.

Food Fears & Your Portfolio

Tips on positioning yourself to make money off of rising food prices, with David Kotok, of Cumberland Advisors, and Jack Albin, of Harris Private Bank

Inflation Nation

A look at what those on the front lines are saying about inflation and a potential food crisis, with CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera

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Consumer Crunch

The pulse on the food service industry, with Richard Schnieders, SYSCO chairman and CEO, and CNBC's Becky Quick

Food Producer Pinch

A look at the impact the soaring price of corn and grains is having on food producers, with Wade Miqueion, Tyson Foods CFO

Making the Most of Milk

A look at the impact of the rising cost of milk, with Chris Galen, National Milk Producers Federation spokesperson

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Soybean Farmers Sound Off

Soybean farmers discuss prices and more with CNBC's Jane Wells.

Hunt for Food

The fear of food shortages is getting a lot of attention, and Vincent Reinhart, of the American Enterprise Institute, and Ephraim Leitbag, of the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, discuss the issue.

Hungry Planet

Rising food prices and a shortage spirals into riots in a number of nations. Michael Whitehead, Rabobank International food/agribusiness analyst, discusses the situation with CNBC's Becky Quick.

Hunger Pains

Perspectives on the price of food inflation on U.S. soil, with Gary Blumenthal, World Perspectives CEO

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