Meanwhile, the recently lower prices of wheat and, to some extent, maize kept the FAO Food Price Index - also published today -- unchanged at 210 points for the second consecutive month in February.
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FPI stands for Food Price Index
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The food price index compiled by the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) remained at 210 points -- the same level as in January and five points lower than in February 2012.
But the Food and Agriculture Organization's Food Price Index fell for the third month in a row in December to 209, its lowest level since June.
Overall, the World Bank's Food Price Index, which tracks the price of internationally traded food commodities, was 6 percent higher than in July of last year, and 1 percent higher than the previous peak of February 2011.
Ominously, the authors predict the food price index will rise to new highs this year and next.
The benchmark food price index (FAO) rose 2% between December 2011 and February 2012.
Global food prices, which have been falling since July 2011, rose nearly two per cent from the previous month, with the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) food price index averaging 214 points.
Muscat, Nov 21 (ONA)- The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) recorded a decrease by 2% in food prices in September 2011 to reach 225 points compared to its level in August 2011.