Increases in food prices are expected to accelerate

The USDA predicts food prices this year will rise 0.5% to 1.5%, and 2% to 3% next year. A study discussed at the annual United Nations climate conference cites the effects of global warming, including changing rain patterns, and population growth and demand, as factors that will drive up food prices this century.

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