Brent Gloy of Purdue University discusses the "margin squeeze" and how to manage when input prices are high and commodity prices are low.
David Henderson gives an example of the problem with confusing "inequality" and "poverty."
The latest edition of Regulation contains some articles about GMOs and "nudging" by governments to improve health.
Matt Bogard has an excellent post on the intersection of beef consumption, the environment, and government.
A graphical food version of Leonard Read's classic monograph "I, Pencil."
Tim Fitzgerald has a long post on the economics of fracking. He summarizes several issues well. It's definitely worth a read, IMO.