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Further food price rises could cause up to 1 million additional deaths in 2023

By Peter Alexander, Senior lecturer in Global Food Security, The University of Edinburgh
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Food prices in the UK are at their highest for 15 years and something similar is happening in almost every country around the world.

The situation is set to get worse as high fertiliser prices, and resulting lower yields from reduced use, may cause further food inflation in 2023. My co-authors and I recently published research in Nature…The Conversation

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