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Lower food prices not enough to impact humanitarian aid, says FAO

A man in South Sudan receives seeds as part of a food security programme led by the FAO
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The cost of providing hungry populations with basic foods such as cereal, meat and dairy is unlikely to be affected by a fall in the price of five food commodity groups for a fifth consecutive year, according to a senior economist responsible for monitoring the Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations’ (FAO) Food Price Index.

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