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Global food prices set to rise due to severe weather

21 March 2014 Last updated at 12:25 GMT

Recent severe weather is set to affect the price of people's everyday foodstuffs, as droughts and floods hit key agricultural regions.

Goods such as rice, coffee and orange juice are being hit hardest.

BBC reporters in Mumbai, Rio and Los Angeles consider the impact of poor weather on their country's output.

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