World Food Prices Could Rise Further: UN

The World Food Crisis in 2008 saw one billion people pushed into poverty and hunger.

Now the same fate may await 44 million people around the world who will struggle as world food prices continue to increase after rising for the seventh consecutive month in January.

I interviewed Senior Economic Advisor of World Vision Australia, David Lansley, and CEO of FareShare, Marcus Godinho, to find out what is causing global food prices to increase and how this will affect Australians and the Third World.

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Brianna Piazza

Journalist and travel writer.

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