Food on a Sao Paulo market stall
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The impact of rising food prices in Brazil

Inflation in Brazil remains on the rise with the projection raised to more than 5.3% for this year.

High inflation is one of the reasons preventing the authorities from lowering interest rates, one of the greatest constraints to the country's growth.

The BBC's Paulo Cabral looks at the impact rising food prices are having on people.

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