5 ETFs To Profit From Higher Food Prices

This product provides investors an easy way to gain exposure to the price of corn, wheat, soybeans, and sugar futures in a brokerage account. With AUM of 9.8 million, it charges 18 bps in annual fees and trades in average daily volume of 12,000 shares.

iPath Bloomberg Livestock Subindex Total Return (COW - Free Report)

This ETN offers exposure to the Bloomberg Livestock Subindex Total Return, which consists of two livestock commodities futures contracts (lean hogs and live cattle). It has accumulated $24.8 million in its asset base and charges 94 bps in annual fees. The note trades in average daily volume of 15,000 shares.

Teucrium Sugar Fund (CANE - Free Report)

This fund provides investors an easy way to gain exposure to the price of sugar futures in a brokerage account. It has 1.88% in expense ratio and $21.4 million in AUM. CANE trades in average daily volume of 91,000 shares.

Invesco Dynamic Food & Beverage ETF (PBJ - Free Report)

Investors who believe that costs can easily be passed on to end users, and seek a concentrated play on the food and beverage segment of the equity world, PBJ could be an interesting pick. This product offers exposure to 32 stocks that are engaged in the manufacture, sale or distribution of food and beverage products, agricultural products, and products related to the development of new food technologies by tracking the Dynamic Food & Beverage Intellidex Index. With AUM of $123.6 million, the fund charges 63 bps in annual fees from investors and sees a light average daily volume of 19,000 shares.

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