Changing the worldwide cost of living is one of the countless ways that the pandemic has impacted our daily lives.
Because the people in red and blue states prefer the same Halloween candy, we have one holiday that unites us.
Rumored as ridiculous, the reason the rock band Van Halen banned brown M&Ms in its dressing rooms was far more serious.
Because of coronavirus lockdowns and social distancing, movie theaters created popcorn problems for farmers.
Roasted peanuts and hot dogs become rather similar when we look at the impact of the coronavirus on Major League Baseball.
When people are not going to drink128,000 Mint Juleps because the Kentucky Derby is postponed, the local mint grower has a problem.
When you see why movie theater tickets are cheap and movie theater popcorn is so expensive, you might want to buy more popcorn.
If you tried to book a room at the Taco Bell pop-up hotel or ordered a burrito at one of their restaurants, you might have seen Taco Bell’s supply problems.
While we see similar tastes and shopping patterns in the world’s most expensive cities, the reasons for a high and low cost of living vary.