Grain prices rise on low domestic supply

Grain prices rise on low domestic supply

In this weekly Commodities Watch column, John T. Barone, president and commodities analyst for Market Vision Inc., offers a snapshot of the state of commodities for restaurants.

Grain prices rose on Friday after the USDA projected smaller-than-expected domestic supplies.

It was a very mixed bag for corn, where an increase in corn yield, higher planted acreage and lower exports were more than offset by reduced harvested acres and an unexpected jump in domesti

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