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http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/in_depth/7262830.stm

Food prices rose 40% last year because of rising demand and other factors.

The director of the UN's World Food Programme has said it is considering plans to ration food aid because of rising prices and a shortage of funds.

She said it also faced growing demands from countries like Afghanistan, where people were now unable to afford food.

So maybe they should stop growing poppies there and grow some food.

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Food prices rose 40% last year because of rising demand and other factors.

The director of the UN's World Food Programme has said it is considering plans to ration food aid because of rising prices and a shortage of funds.

She said it also faced growing demands from countries like Afghanistan, where people were now unable to afford food.

So maybe they should stop growing poppies there and grow some food.

No it didn't.

It actually increased by a mere 1%. As did fuel.

It must have, otherwise CPI wouldn't be around 2%.

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