How Food Inflation is Swallowing Latin America’s Dietary Staples (Financial Times)

Although higher inflation is a worldwide phenomenon, for many of the continent’s most disadvantaged even basic foodstuffs have become harder to afford, sparking warnings of nutritional insecurity.

Hunger in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) reached its highest point since the turn of this century, after a 30 per cent increase in the number of people experiencing it between 2019-20, according to a United Nations report in November. READ MORE (NON-PAYWALL)

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