US Food: dealing with commodity price volatility

11/1/2013 - Report
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The 2012 drought's impact on agriculture was not as severe as initially thought, resulting in agricultural commodity and food prices coming in below projections.

As consumers embrace more nutritious diets, products like natural drinks and tree nuts that offer greater health benefits will continue to see growing demand.

Increasing international demand for U.S. tree nuts will help maintain margins for local growers.

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