Although the July 2021 consumer food price inflation of 7% year on year was unchanged from the previous month, there are clear signs in the underlying details that pressures are beginning to moderate.

We are seeing a similar trend in the global market, with the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation’s Global Food Price Index having slowed for the second consecutive month in July...

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