The food import bills of least-developed countries, low-income food deficit countries and countries in sub-Saharan Africa are on course to rise even faster due to higher import volumes of meat, sugar, dairy and oilseed products.
The cold, hard reality of President Donald Trump’s intent to force Mexico to pay for a border wall project may soon set in if Mexican trade officials carry through with a plan to boycott U.S. corn this year. Read moreRead More »
For ten consecutive years, Japan has increased its meat consumption; consumption increased by 3.4% last year over the previous year to produce the highest level of growth in five years. Read moreRead More »