The South, which in planting days had relied so heavily upon the Northwest for its foodstuffs, began to battle for independence.
The cook comes in with a basket of foodstuffs fresh from the market.
In this first enclosure are the vendors of buyos, cigars, sweetmeats, and foodstuffs.
The poorest providers and preparers of foodstuffs are their producers.
There are several infections that may be communicated by milk, but are rarely if ever due to other foodstuffs.
But couldn't I just buy some land, get a government contract for foodstuffs?
The rise in demand for foodstuffs during the war caused planters to shift from tobacco in increasing numbers.
But foodstuffs are only a small part of these Congo economic troubles.
First, to the control of profits by manufacturers, wholesalers and dealers, and the control of speculation in foodstuffs.
The constant increase in foodstuffs is most largely responsible for this.