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View Resource Economic Contributions: Biodiesel’s Contributions to the U.S. Economy

Biodiesel significantly contributes to the U.S. economy in multiple ways, according to economic analysis completed in September 2006 by John M. Urbanchuk of LECG.

http://biodiesel.org/pdf_files/fuelfactsheets/EconomicImpact...
View Resource Truth about Food Prices

Oil prices are the #1 driver of increasing food costs. Almost every aspect of farming and food production is affected by higher oil prices. You might also be surprised to learn that major food...

http://www.foodpricetruth.org/
View Resource Soybean Co‐product Economics: Why Livestock Producers Should Use Biodiesel to Haul their Soybean Meal

Soybean oil and meal prices have reached historic levels this marketing year with soybean oil rising above 50 cents per pound and soybean meal topping $325 per short ton. Since the price of soybeans...

http://www.biodieselsustainability.org/soybean.pdf
View Resource USDA/DOE Energy Letter to Sen. Bingaman on Food Prices

All of us recognize that high food prices and high gasoline prices are important "pocketbook" issues for American consumers. We also recognize the national and economic security importance of...

http://biodiesel.org/resources/sustainability/pdfs/USDADOESe...
View Resource What is Driving Food Price Inflation?

Today?s momentum in food prices may be signaling a new era of even higher food prices in the future. Supplies of agricultural commodities are expected to tighten further as worldwide populations g...

http://biodiesel.org/resources/sustainability/pdfs/KCFEDFood...
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