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World food prices drop again after Ukraine grain pact

Summary by Ground News
Food prices soared to a record high in March after Russia invaded Ukraine. Prices have now dropped for a fifth month in a row, falling by 8.6% in July. The biggest drop was for vegetable oil prices, which fell by 19.2% between June and July to hit a 10-month low.
World food prices drop again after Ukraine grain pact
12 days ago·Kyiv, Ukraine

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The Star Kuala Lumpur

World food prices decline amid relief from restarted Ukraine grain exports: FAO

ROME, Aug. 5 (Xinhua) -- World food prices declined dramatically in July, according to the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Friday. Read full story

13 days ago·Malaysia
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RTÉ

World food prices drop again after Ukraine grain pact

World food prices fell sharply in July, partly thanks to a deal between Ukraine and Russia lifting a sea blockade that had stopped Ukrainian grain shipments, a UN agency said.

13 days ago·Ireland
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Gulf News

World food prices drop again after Ukraine grain pact: UN

The cereal price index logged a monthly drop of 11.5 per cent

13 days ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Ecns

World food prices decline amid relief from restarted Ukraine grain exports: FAO

World food prices declined dramatically in July, according to the Rome-based United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Friday.

13 days ago·China
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Bloomberg

World Food Prices Post Biggest Decline Since 2008 in July

(Bloomberg) -- Global food prices fell the most since 2008 after concerns over supplies of grains and vegetable oils eased as Ukraine moved toward restarting exports.Continue Reading. Read more on World by BloombergQuint.

13 days ago·United States
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Khaleej Times

Food prices drop sharply after Ukraine grain deal: UN

They had been falling for five months since spiking in March

13 days ago·Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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