Governments Tighten Grip on Global Food Stocks, Sending Prices Higher


Export restrictions are making grains, oils, meat, and fertilizer — already at record prices — more expensive and even harder to come by. A prolonged war, or the addition of new sanctions, could cause prices to rise further. But even absent those trends, the factors that have pushed up prices may be hard to unwind. Read more here.

Author: The New York Times