Apr 03, 2014
"How does the affect the price of pancakes in Texas." It COULD actually make it a slight bit higher for a short period of time; depends on a variety of factors, but for the most part, it won't raise prices that much if any. The businesses making the pancake flour or batter will probably eat the cost and the restaurants will probably eat the cost; but if the price goes up on you, then you know. Of course, it's going to as the price of gas, oil and diesel are up once again, the drought is bad in California and elsewhere and if you haven't seen it already, you'll soon have higher prices in the grocery stores.