WASHINGTON (FNS) -- Food inflation should be relatively constrained for the remainder of the year despite anticipated higher prices for fruits and vegetables. Falling meat prices are expected to temper the overall food-price situation, although the changes may not be dramatic enough to please the majority of consumers. While inflation has become the non-issue of 1998, many economists disagree on what that might mean for the now-healthy economy and now-steady interest rates. It's been more ...

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