Rise in food prices creates crisis in Central America. - 13 Apr 2008  
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 The United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) warns that escalating food prices is generating a crisis situation in Central America. FAO representative for Latin America and the Caribbean, Jose Graziano, states that the region, which already has over 7.5 million undernourished people, will require investments in research as well as governmental policies to increase the production of food products within her borders.

We offer our thanks, FAO, for your concerned report about our brethren in Central America. We pray that people turn toward being vegetarian (vegan) to lead more sustainable lifestyles and conserve precious natural resources.


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