In what could be the most devastating story so far in this recession that everyone but the current President seems agree we are entering, the prices for some key pizza ingredients are skyrocketing. According to the New York Times,
Flour prices are up 93 percent from February 2007 to February this year, and cheese jumped 25 percent, federal statistics show.However, relief could be on the way. According to this profile of how rising costs have affected a couple small pizzerias in Malden, MA,
Ramsey said he expects wheat and flour prices to fall in the next six months, as U.S. farmers begin to harvest winter wheat in June. Ramsey said he also anticipates that tomato prices — assuming that the weather cooperates — and cheese costs will come down, too.