Food Security

Why food prices are on the rise

Imported European cheeses are seen on display at the Bowers Fancy Dairy Products shop in Washington's Eastern Market several weeks before the Trump administration's tariffs on European Union cheeses are set to kick in across the country and in Washington, U.S. October 3, 2019. Picture taken October 3, 2019.   REUTERS/Kevin Fogarty - RC1E7885CCE0

The dairy index climbed 2.2% on the month, with all segments of the sector registering gains, most noticeably cheese. Image: REUTERS/Kevin Fogarty

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