Behind the rise in food prices Food prices continue to rise, in part because there's more demand for the corn fed to chickens and beef. Some analysts say the this is just the beginning of the high prices.9:06 a.m.
Dan Morgan: Special correspondent for the Washington Post, and Transatlantic fellow at the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Michael Swanson: Agricultural economist with Wells Fargo.
Jerry Jennison: Owner of Jer-Lindy Farms, near Brooten, Minnesota.
Arvonne Fraser: Senior fellow emerita at the University of Minnesota's Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, and director of the institute's Center on Women and Public Policy. Her most recent book is "She's No Lady: Politics, Family, and International Feminism."