Since the growing use of corn to make ethanol has driven up prices of many farm-made and -raised commodities, fuel for automobiles and fuel for human sustenance have never been so closely linked as they are today. That issue prompted the National Restaurant Association in June to send a letter to the U.S. Senate requesting that it consider the unintended consequences of increased mandates for renewable fuels like ethanol, particularly in the form of higher food costs. ...

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