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Food Outlook – Biannual report on global food markets











Markets at a Glance

  • Cereals
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global cereals market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Wheat
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global wheat market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Coarse Grains
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global coarse grains market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Rice
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global rice market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Oilcrops, oils and meals
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global oilcrops market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Sugar
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global sugar market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Meat and meat products
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global meat market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Milk and milk products
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global milk market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.
  • Fish and fishery product
  • This report provides an analysis of the most recent developments in the global fish market, including a short-term outlook. Read it here.

Special feature

Food inflation in net food importing developing countries (NFIDCs): characterizing the increase and the effect of currency movements

Since the beginning of 2021, the consumer price index (CPI), the most widely used measure of inflation, has increased to levels not seen in decades. High and persistent inflation has a number of macroeconomic consequences that can reduce long-term prosperity. Importantly, rising food prices can lead to social unrest and slow the efforts to fight poverty and food insecurity. This special feature examines recent changes in the food component of the CPI for the net food importing developing countries, and the extent to which changes in international cereal prices were transmitted to these countries, considering movements in the exchange rates.

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FAO. 2023. Food Outlook – Biannual report on global food markets.  Food Outlook, June 2023. Rome. 






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