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Who knew a grain of rice would cause a global ruckus

Foodcosts have been soaring worldwide, spurred by increased demand in emerging ferragamo markets like China and India; competition with biofuels; high oil prices and market speculation.That situation has sparked food riots in several African countries, Indonesia, and Haiti. United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki moon has warned that higher food pric ferragamo es could hurt global growth and security. standards when it comes to of rice.Rice prices in part ferragamo icular have surged this year as exporters curb supplies. Trade bans on rice have been put in place by India, the world second largest exporter in 2007, and Vietnam, the third biggest, in hopes of cooling domestic prices. shoppers began buying up large quantities o ferragamo f rice.The move caused warehouse club operators and Sam Club, which sell large bags of the staple item and have lots of small restaurant owners as their customers, . CEO Jim Sinegal said he thought the sudden surge in buyingwas being triggered by constant media reports highlighting food shortages and rising prices. He said the warehouse club was trying not to limits of the items.it a Chinese restaurant who buys from us all the time we can tell them, don you try french fries this week? he said, need rice. it does run out of supply, Sinegal said is usually back in stock by the next day.don want to create a panic situation, he said.Tell us Have you been stocking up on certain items amid rising prices?Absolutely! I have been following the Agflation series, and have been seeing this reported elsewhere. Although no one would listen to me for weeks, I decided to buy 1 big bag (just in case it got worse) I bought 1 20lb bag two weeks ago for 9.99, now it 15.21. Now the story has actually hit mainstream media, although they are still fluffing the clank out of it. I heard one field reporter on FOX say, food shortage will be good for the US because the US has free trade. I just about popped an artery hearing that. Like it trade agreements that has anything to do with this! Starvation in most of the world is why the other countries have ceased exporting. Even the little chick from WFB (the one with the Auzzie accent) is telling US media, worries, mate, the US is fine! Fine my behind! Take a look at all the scriptures that tell us of famine! that get your heart pumping. No more rice and beans, no more rice chow mein! No more Rice cakes, Lindsay and Brit! awe, that make more headlines than the world famine!Posted by Jeremiah Report as abusivePeople panic buy and hoard in the US as everywhere else but they can hardly be blamed for this with constant media coverage of the very real global food crisis .Money is tight in the US and other industrialised countries , this is often ignored , sure, we dont see food riots in Times Square but poorer people in the world and there are no shortage of them, are certainly feeling the pinch with the cost of their average weekly basket up about %30 or more on last year.There is also an increased reliance on protectionist policies by staple producing nations who want to damp down effects of price rises domestically for political reasons, again this is getting media coverage, so its probabably for s to panic buy or hoard if they can afford to to maximise their income and avoid spiralling costs. Whether panic buying and hoarding help is another question but we certainly do have a global food crisis on our hands , it isnt simply a media creation and it foretells of even worse problems down the line when the global population hit 9 billion and rising. Its a wake up call.Posted by desik Report as abusiveMore Retail NewsThe top films at the North American box office knocks from top of North American box officeSamsung plans to Tizen smartphone in Russia, India WSJPRESS DIGEST Sunday British Business May 11Kuwait Americana Q1 profit rises 10.4 pct


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