FAO - Global food supply gradually steadying

With the second-highest recorded cereals crop expected this year and stocks replenished, the world food supply looks less vulnerable to shocks than it was during last year’s food crisis, FAO said in its Food Outlook report published today.
Thursday 4 June 2009 (8 years 11 months 20 days ago)
With the second-highest recorded cereals crop expected this year and stocks replenished, the world food supply looks less vulnerable to shocks than it was during last year’s food crisis, FAO said in its Food Outlook report published today.

“With the new 2009-2010 marketing season commencing, prospects continue to be positive as world cereal production is expected to be the second largest, after last year’s record,” it added. World production was forecast at 2 219 million tonnes as compared with 2 287 million tonnes in 2008/09.

http://www.fao.org/news/story/en/item/20380/icode/

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