Food prices to rise after wet summer hits harvests

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NFU says wheat yields are down 14 per cent, adding pressure to global food prices already hit by drought in US and Russia

Food prices look set to rise after the second wettest summer on record damaged harvests in England and Wales. Wheat yields are down over 14 per cent on the five-year average, hitting the lowest levels...

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