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Soaring Prices for Everything Used to Make Food Brings More Inflation

Farmers are facing increasingly tough margins at a time when global crop supplies are already tight.

Soybeans are harvested on a farm near Brasilia, Brazil.

Soybeans are harvested on a farm near Brasilia, Brazil.

Photographer: Andressa Anholete/Bloomberg

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The price of everything that goes into producing crops is surging, threatening to further fan global food inflation.