High food prices top G20 meeting

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High food prices will be the main topic of conversation when agriculture ministers from the world's G20 nations meet in Paris on Wednesday.

On the table will be proposals to create a database of global food production and limitations to investors in various commodity markets.

Jonathan Barratt, managing director of Commodity Broking Services in Sydney, says food prices are heading higher for a number of reasons.

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