It isn’t going to be inflation per se that raises the prices on agricultural products. The heat domes and droughts, to say nothing of the floods, are going to take a toll. If the food doesn’t grow, it’s not there to be bought—-at any price. 1/3 of the world’s canned tomatoes come from the California central valley. Acres are being plowed under because tomatoes are a water-intensive crop and in the heat and the drought choices have to be made as to what gets water.