Shockwatch: food prices annual review

Research reports and studies
June 2014
Steve Wiggins and Sharada Keats

Since 2008, grain prices have been high and volatile, but it now seems a new equilibrium has been reached. Prices are likely to settle, largely thanks to boosting production in developing countries.

Also, new studies on impacts suggest higher food prices may benefit some poor rural households.

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