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Supply Chain Drivers

August 16, 2011
 
 

The following information is a Web Extra from the pages of Farm Journal. It corresponds with the article "Shock in Supply Chain" You can find the article in the Farm Journal September issue.

 

What's Driving Food Prices in 2011?

Demand shocks help drive 2011 commodity, food price increases

 
A report from Farm Foundation, NFP finds that while some of the same factors that drove commodity and food price increases in 2008 are at work today, new and very different factors have also emerged.
 
The report, What’s Driving Food Prices in 2011?, cites the role of two persistent demand shocks—corn for biofuels production and soybeans for China—in the mix of factors pushing commodity price increases in recent months. Other factors include weather-related production shortfalls, changes in cropping patterns and a weak and volatile U.S. dollar.
 
Click here to read the full report.
 

 


 

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