Isn't It Always?

It's All Down To Tomatoes in Argentina's Elections
Tomatoes could be the deciding factor in Argentina's presidential elections Oct. 28, and not in the form of flying objects hurled at the candidates. [snip] Tomatoes in this country are normally priced between 1.50-2.00 pesos (50-70 U.S. cents) per kilo. But in the last couple of months the cost has risen by about seven times the usual price.