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March 14, 2021

As Food Prices Are Experiencing Huge Price Increases, Apartment Dwellers Can Save A Small Fortune From Indoor Fruit And Vegetable Gardening 

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

In our latest prepping piece about the coming spring and getting your outdoor gardens prepared while sprouting your early spring fruits and vegetables, we said we would address indoor gardening for those that have limited space to grow fruits and vegetables outdoors, or have no outdoor space for apartment dwellers. 

For those that missed the outdoor gardening preparation piece, titled "It Will Be Too Late When You Are Already Starving: Never Has It Been More Important To Grow Your Own Food - Getting Your Fruit And Vegetable Garden Ready For Spring," can be found here.


While the media has been uber-busy playing defense for Joe Biden and his merry band of liberal masters, local media reports and ANP readers have been reporting what they are seeing in their own grocery stores, specifically in terms of the skyrocketing prices.

U.S. Inflation calculator, which shows the year over year change in food price increases, describes the latest numbers in the following manner:

The average price of food in the United States rose 3.6% in the 12 months ended February, slowing from the previous 3.8% increase, according to the latest inflation data published March 10, 2021 by the U.S. Labor Department’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Food inflation is a major part of the Consumer Price Index. It is always discussed in the monthly CPI report. It includes pricing changes for "food away from home" and "food at home" — for example, the pair in February posted respective year-over-year increases of 3.7% and 3.5%.

It should comes as no shock that given the pandemic lockdowns, while businesses deemed "non-essential" were forced to close, that food prices will have risen both in 2020 and are still increasing in 2021, yet some people still deny the fact that these increases even exist.

Maybe they simply do not notice the differences in the amount of food they get for the same amount of money or a larger bill to get the same amount as previous years, and maybe they are simply people that believe if the MSM isn't saying it, it can't be true no matter what their wallets say!

Believe it or not, there are more of the latter types than it is comfortable to witness. 

Another factor being discussed is some stores haven't risen their prices very much as of yet, because they just nixed almost all "sales," which helped mitigate the increase in prices so that consumers didn't suffer from sticker shock, yet they are still paying more on average.

According to the research I have conducted, it appears that food prices, in-home dining and dining out is expected to rise yet another 2-3% in 2021, with some estimating it will be more if further lockdowns are mandated in some states.

While meats are not grown in the garden, we are seeing some massive increases being talked about, as one reader, PROUD,  stated recently "Chicken breasts on the bone in a family back that I always buy and BBQ up. It's usually $9.00-$10.00. Had company coming over or I would have left it, the SAME EXACT PACK $26.65

Others have also mentioned the increases in prices for meats at their grocery stores.

When growing your own fruits and vegetables it is pretty handy to have freeze dried or canned meats to add to soups, stews, salads, etc....

We'll link to some of those still available at a reasonable price below the indoor gardening portion of this article.


Books: Hardcover or paperback versus e-books in the event that for some reason getting online isn't possible.

No-Waste Kitchen Gardening: Regrow Your Leftover Greens, Stalks, Seeds, and More

Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers

Year-Round Indoor Salad Gardening: How to Grow Nutrient-Dense, Soil-Sprouted Greens in Less Than 10 days

INDOOR VEGETABLE GARDENING: Improve your Skills to Grow Up Vegetables at Home. Urban Gardening for Beginners Using Kitchens, Backyards, and Other Indoor Opportunities

Urban Gardening For Dummies

Seeds & Starter Trays:

120 Cells Seeding Trays Seed Starter Tray with Mini Gardening Hand Tools Kit, Humidity Adjustable Plant Germination Trays with Dome and Base Greenhouse Mini Propagator for Starting Seeds Growing

10 Pack Seed Starter Kit, 72 Cell Seedling Trays Gardening Germination Plastic Tray Nursery Pots Mini Propagator Plant Grow Kit Plug Tray Starting Trays for Seedling Germination

Jobe's Organics Compost Starter, 4 lb

Survival Garden 15,000 Non GMO Heirloom Vegetable Seeds

125 Variety XP Heirloom Seed Vault - Premium 100% Non GMO, Non Hybrid, Heirloom Seeds - Packaged for Maximum Shelf Life Storage - Heirloom Vegetable, Herb, and Fruit Seeds

Grow Lights:

EZORKAS 9 Dimmable Levels Grow Light with 3 Modes Timing Function for Indoor Plants

SPIDER FARMER SF-2000 LED Grow Light 2x4 ft Coverage Compatible with Samsung LM301B Diodes & MeanWell Driver Dimmable Grow Lights Full Spectrum for Indoor Hydroponic Plants Veg Bloom 606pcs LEDs

Freelicht 1 Pack 4ft LED Grow Light , 60W(220W Equivalent), Sunlike Full Spectrum Integrated Plant Light for Hydroponic Indoor Plant Seedling Veg and Flower, Plug in with On/Off Switch

Plant Grow Light, VOGEK LED Growing Light Full Spectrum for Indoor Plants, Plant Growing Lamps for Seedlings, 3 Switch Modes 10 Brightness Settings


4Ft Vertical Raised Garden Bed - 5 Tier Food Safe Planter Box for Outdoor and Indoor Gardening Perfect to Grow Your Herb Vegetables Flowers on Your Patio Balcony Greenhouse Garden

VIVOSUN 5-Pack 25 Gallon Plant Grow Bags, Premium Series 300G Thichkened Non-Woven Aeration Fabric Pots w/Handles - Reinforced Weight Capacity & Extremely Durable (Black)

GROWNEER 12 Packs 1 Gallon Nursery Pot Garden Flower Pots, Nursery Plant Container Kit with 12 Pcs Matching Pallets and 15 Pcs Plant Labels, Brick Red

Augshy 150 Pcs 4" Plastic Plants Nursery Pot,Seed Starting Pots

ANPHSIN 2 Pcs Large Fabric Raised Planting Beds Garden Grow Bags with 3 Compartments- Potato Tomato Planter Pots for Outdoor Vegetables Plant Flowers

Best Choice Products Raised Garden Bed 48x24x30-inch Elevated Wood Planter Box Stand for Backyard, Patio, Natural

5 Tier Stackable Strawberry, Herb, Flower, and Vegetable Planter - Vertical Garden Indoor/Outdoor

Related: Enjoy Fresh Herbs Year Round


As freeze dried emergency survival food is expensive, it can also be added in small amounts to your homegrown vegetables, which lessens the amount spent on each individual meal. 

Most also have a shelf life of 15 to 20+ years.

Some have become available again after the initial run on emergency survival foods when the pandemic first hit the news.

Freeze Dried:

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Ground Beef | Emergency Survival Bulk Food Storage | Premium Quality Meat

Nutristore Freeze Dried Beef Dices | Premium Quality

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Chicken | Emergency Survival Bulk Food Storage Meat

Nutristore Freeze-Dried Sausage Crumbles | Emergency Survival Bulk Food Storage

Wise Company Emergency Food Supply, Freeze Dried Meat Variety, 15-Year Shelf Life, 60 Servings 

Canned Meats & Proteins:

While the freeze dried foods have a extremely long shelf live and canned products have less, the prices for canned meats are still reasonable and can be used in the same ways as freeze dried meats.

Armour Star Roast Beef With Gravy, Canned Meat, 12 OZ

Armour Star Classic Homestyle Beef Stew, 20 oz. (Pack of 12)

Armour Star Corned Beef Hash, 14 oz. (Pack of 12)

Keystone Meats All Natural Ground Beef, 28 Ounce

Keystone Meats All Natural Canned Chicken, 28 Ounce

Kirkland Signature Chicken Breast (Chicken Breast -6 Count)

HORMEL White & Dark Chunk Turkey, 5 Ounce Can (Pack of 12)

Keystone Meats All Natural Canned Turkey, 14.5 Ounce

Spam Classic, 12 Ounce Can (Pack of 12)

For more variety to choose from, visit the canned meats page.


With skyrocketing prices and projections that those food prices will be continuing to rise, it is critical to grow as much food as you can, limiting how much you have to buy at the grocery store.

Happy gardening folks!

Note: As always we encourage readers to share links, resources, videos and tips with each other to help everyone save a small fortune by growing their own fruits and vegetables.

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