World Bank: Global food reserves in "danger zone" as prices rise by a third

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Report warns increased volatility linked to oil prices and declining stocks are putting millions at risk of famine

Food prices are a third higher than this time last year and more upward pressure on prices is expected as a result of increasingly volatile oil prices and greater demand for biofuels. That is the conclusion...

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