Global Food Prices Hit A Record High For The Third Straight Month

Global food prices broke another record in February: higher than January, December and the so-called food crisis of 2008.

The UN index showed a slight decline in sugar prices — still extremely high — with a rise in oil, cereal, dairy and meat.

At this point it’s hard not to see food as a key factor in the Arab revolts.

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