The Price We Pay
I've noticed that the farmers aren't getting much more than they have over the last 20 years for their produce, and the prices have soared.
Some people say "Well, it's the price of petrol/transport and the cost of getting it to the supermarket" and that's a crock of crap, it doesn't increase the price by as much as you see it increase. I know farmers who grow pumpkins, for example, and they tell me that, at the prices charged at the supermarket they'd be getting a few thousand dollars for a tonne of their pumpkins.
The investigation into supermarket pricing was a con, and produced the answers that the big two wanted it to produce.
Who else has noticed that the seasonal specials you used to see in, say, spring lamb, when the price would drop dramatically, and the same with many varieties of fruit and vegetables, stopped a long time ago. The prices are now mostly regularly expensive. And the farmers are being screwed.