Inflation can hit your refrigerator the hardest. Rising food prices amid stagnant salaries and a stiff job market can make it tougher to make ends meet.
Financial Edge lists four foods that saw significant price gains last year.
Corn shot up 69 percent due to a nearly 5 percent drop in U.S. production due to unfavorable weather. Coffee rose 65 percent, to its highest level in 13 years. Wheat shot up 47 percent due to smaller-than-normal winter wheat acreage and soybeans rose 44 percent due to decreased production.
It seems 2010 was a good year for commodities traders, but a bad one for eaters.
What foods have given you the worst sticker shock recently?
Foods With The Biggest Price Increases [Financial Edge]