High price of grain puts squeeze on aid agencies

August 2007
Farmers Weekly;8/3/2007, Vol. 147 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the impact of increases in the price of grains on aid agencies in Great Britain. It states that such increases is adding pressure on aid agencies as they try to find enough food for needy people. A spokesman for the United Nations World Food Programme expressed the agency's concern over any development that affects the price and availability of food. He explains the potential benefit of high demand for commodities to farmers.


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