Corn-to-ethanol trend raises fear of high food prices

07/25/2006 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Most of Iowa's corn crop could be used for fuel instead of food if the dozens of new ethanol refineries under development reach the production stage. The rush to produce ethanol worries some researchers, who fear the trend will drive up food costs and lead to a decrease in crop exports, raising ethical concerns about the best use of crop land.

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