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Adverse weather pushes global food prices up in October

The FAO Meat Price Index in October didn't change

The FAO Meat Price Index* averaged 168.8 points in October, essentially the same level as in September, prolonging an extended period of overall stability that has been evident since March 2015. f the meats covered, only ovine meat registered a ..., 2 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Weather-driven concerns increase food prices

The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) issued the latest Food Price Index, saying rising food prices last month were spurred by weather-driven concerns about sugar and palm oil supplies, a UN spokesman told reporters. According to the FAO ...
 Iran Daily3 weeks ago Roundup: Food prices rise in October due to weather-driven concerns, UN says weeks ago Food prices rise in October due to weather-driven concerns, UN says  Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago FAO reports monthly rise in world food prices  Irish Examiner1 month ago

World food prices surge for first time in 19 months: FAO

Core Tip: ROME, Nov. 5 (Xinhua) -- World food prices registered their first significant rise in 19 months in October, the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization reported Thursday, as extreme weather in parts of the world raised ...
 Global FoodMate2 weeks ago
Islamic Republic News Agency

FAO: Global food prices continue to decline

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 Islamic Republic News Agency2 months ago Global food prices continue to decline  Mehr News2 months ago FAO: prices continue decline  IFI Online2 months ago
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Poor Weather Drives Food Prices Up in October

Global food commodities inched upward in October, mainly the result of rises in the sugar, vegetable oils and dairy quotations, while cereal prices experienced a more modest increase, according to the latest report from the UN's Food and Agriculture ...
 MyInforms1 week ago

Nothing to spare

Noha Mahmoud, a primary school teacher, had wanted to buy a kitchen chopper for months but kept putting it off because there were other priorities. Last week, she decided to go ahead and buy it. Has she waited any longer she would not have been able ...
 Masress.com1 month ago

Inflation questions »

While headline inflation has been in single digits for much of the last decade, food inflation has more often than not, been in double digits. A perusal of the determinants of inflation in Trinidad and Tobago suggests that the movement in food ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday1 month ago

Feeding the Developing World: The Search for Solutions

Dire predictions half a century ago of a world unable to feed a population explosion did not come to pass, largely due to the Green Revolution that used innovative techniques to dramatically increase crop yields. But will there be a second Green ...
 Wharton2 months ago

Feeding the Developing World: Six Major Challenges

Today, one in nine of the world's 7.3 billion people — more than 800 million men, women and children — don't get enough to eat, despite the fact that more than enough food is produced daily to feed everyone on Earth (at least based on calories).
 Wharton2 months ago
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