From Pakistan to Peru, soaring food and fuel prices are tipping countries over the edge

London CNN Business —  When people took to the streets in Egypt in 2011, protesters chanted about freedom and social justice — but also bread. The cost of pantry staples had jumped because of the skyrocketing price of goods like wheat, stoking fury with President Hosni Mubarak. Now, more than a decade after the Arab Spring, global food prices are soaring again. They had already reached their highest level on record earlier … Continue reading From Pakistan to Peru, soaring food and fuel prices are tipping countries over the edge