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Top Stories on food prices

In Greece, recovery starts with fast food and coffee

Graphics artist and part-time barmaid, Mariza Papasmiria struggled for years juggling her two jobs, working seven days a week for 1,600 euros ($2,200) a month. Then she decided to open a snack bar in Athens, one of thousands of Greeks making the jump onto the fast food bandwagon in the midst of the economic crisis gripping the country. With the economy having contracted by a quarter since the ...

SPECIAL: Rigour and risk in RBI's reform push

Government incentives to grow rice and wheat as part of a subsidised food programme for the poor also keep prices high.

Super Bowl food prices: Wings are cheaper, but guacamole will cost you

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the country's major 'food holidays,' second only to Thanksgiving. This year, hungry Super Bowl viewers can expect lower food prices on Buffalo wings, but pizza, avocados, and chocolate will be more expensive.

Super Bowl food prices: Wings are cheaper, but guacamole will cost you (+video)

Super Bowl Sunday is one of the country's major 'food holidays,' second only to Thanksgiving. This year, hungry Super Bowl viewers can expect lower food prices on Buffalo wings, but pizza, avocados, and chocolate will be more expensive.

Has Jamie Oliver bitten off more than he can chew?

Jamie Oliver was on a skiing holiday when the news broke that three of his four Union Jacks restaurants were to close. The announcement follows the failure of his artisan food range, Jme, late last year, which folded amid poor sales and criticism that the launch of a brand that boasted high prices for basic ingredients at a time of economic downturn had been ?commercial madness?.

The Best Stock For The Global Food Crisis

Despite the ongoing technological revolution in farming, Mother Nature has her limitations. Nutrient-rich topsoil continues to erode, limited water

The nail that lost the kingdom

When vegetable prices rise, governments fall. ? S. Siva Saravanan India has had unrelenting food price inflation since 2007.

U.K. Five Years Away From Pre-Crisis Living Standards, IFS Says

British people?s standard of living may take years to return to their pre-crisis level, with the poorest households remaining the most vulnerable to rising food and energy prices, the Institute for Fiscal Studies said.

Poor Worst Hit By Cuts And Recession Due To Impact Of Inflation, Says IFS Report

Poor Britons have seen the biggest fall in living standards due to the recession and are still worse off by thousands of pounds due to the impact of inflation as energy and food prices have soared, a new report has found. The Institute for Fiscal Studies has concluded in new analysis that Britons' pay packets in 2013 were on average 6% lower than before the economic crisis hit back in 2007. The ...

Raghuram Rajan's lament, SBI share sale flop signal 4.8% deficit and no consolation

Investors are pulling out funds not only because of rising borrowing costs in developed market, but also because of slowing economic growth in EMs.
 
 
 
 

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