World Food Prices Fell in July as Grains Slipped on Crop OutlookRudy Ruitenberg
World food prices fell for a third month in July to the lowest level in a year, led by sliding grain prices on an outlook for increased corn production, the UN’s Food & Agriculture Organization reported.
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