International food prices down for second consecutive month

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Food prices in May came down for the second consecutive month following a 10-month high recorded in March.

Those are the findings of the latest Food Price Index published by the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization.

Prices of most commodities in the index that are traded internationally fell due to what has been described as "ample supplies."

Sandra Ferrari asked Concepcion Calpe, a Senior Economist with FAO, what the figures are telling us.

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