For most Americans, the cost of food hasn't always been such a big deal.
For the better part of the last 30 years, food supplies were plentiful and the economy provided enough wealth to keep cupboards stocked.
But my how things have changed since the financial meltdown of 2008. Today, food inflation has more people concerned about the cost of groceries -- and how they're going to pay for them.
Yet for investors, the same food price inflation dilemma presents an investment opportunity that is ripe for the picking.
With that in mind, agricultural stocks are where to look for the low-hanging fruit as food prices keep heading higher.