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Severe Droughts Drive Food Prices Higher: Food Price Watch

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Published on Aug 30, 2012

Global food prices soared by 10 percent in July from a month ago, with maize and soybean reaching all-time peaks due to an unprecedented summer of droughts and high temperatures in both the United States and Eastern Europe, according to the World Bank Group's latest Food Price Watch report.

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