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When it comes to eating, the average consumer uses up a gallon of diesel, 63 pounds of soil and more than 2.5 tons of water per day.
Governments should target aid towards individual households threatened with poverty because of soaring food costs rather than intervene in the markets to try to lower prices.
After unrest in the Arab world and Japanâ€™s natural disasters, new increases in food prices are in sight as demand grows and supplies tighten.
- a meat pie that is usually eaten at Christmas in Quebec