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World food prices stable, low stocks pose risk of spikes: UN
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ROME (Reuters) – World food prices stabilized in January after falling in the previous three months, the United Nations food agency said on Thursday, but it warned that adverse crop weather could cause violent price spikes due to tight grains stocks.
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