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A Kansas State University agronomist says several factors, including an increased demand for corn used in the production of ethanol, are behind higher food prices worldwide.

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Higher food costs: Increases attributed to higher demand

Sean Fox, a professor of agricultural economics at Kansas State University, answers questions about rising food prices around the globe.


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