Food Security

How will the global economy impact food prices in 2023?

Global food prices are on the rise in 2023. Image: Gozha Net/Unsplash

John Hammond

Professor of Crop Science, University of Reading

Yiorgos Gadanakis

Associate Professor of Agricultural Business Management, University of Reading

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The food price index of the FAO reached its highest recorded level shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine. Image: FAO

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