The New Global Food Market
Asians by the millions are demanding better food. The growing Chinese middle class is eating more beef, pork, and poultry than ever before. Grain bins around the world are running low and commodity prices are soaring. Is this the beginning of an era marked by chronic food shortages and periodic famines?
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