(NaturalNews) As the terrible drought of 2012 has hammered crops across North America, food prices are already on track to skyrocket over the next 18 months. A United Nations report warns that global corn prices have surged 23% in July, worsened by "the severe deterioration of maize crop prospects in the United States, following drought conditions and excessive heat during critical stages of the crop development." This will have a food inflation ripple effect throughout the food production supply chain, hitting retail food shelves in the Fall of 2012 -- and continuing through all of 2013.
But here's a chance to actually get nutritious foods and superfoods at a steep discount right now, beating the upcoming increases in food prices. These special deals are time limited and have been negotiated by NaturalNews with these suppliers to offer the deepest discounts available (only while supplies last).
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