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FAO Food Price Index

FAO Food Price Index Released

Dec 10th, 2022 • by S. Gustafson

The FAO Food Price Index held steady in November and was only 0.3 percent above its November 2021 level. Rising vegetable oil prices were checked by declines in cereal prices.

FAO Food Price Index Declines in September, But High Food Prices Remain a Concern

Oct 7th, 2022 • by S. Gustafson

The latest FAO Food Price Index reports that global food prices fell by 1.5 percent in September. However, the Index remains 5.5 higher than its September 2021 level. The decline from August was driven by significant drops in vegetable oil prices and more moderate drops in sugar, meat, and dairy products; cereal prices rose in September.

The FAO Food Price Index Continues to Decline

Jul 26th, 2022 • by Lexie Goldman

Marking the third consecutive monthly decline, the FAO Food Price Index fell 2.3 percent in June 2022 from the previous month, driven by declines in vegetable oils, sugar, and cereal prices while meat and dairy prices rose. Despite this continued decline, the index is still 23.1 percent above June 2021 levels.