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28 Apr 2015
The price of food in Southern Africa could increase following a 26 per cent fall in maize production across the region, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).
The UN agency says a lack of maize would necessitate importing grains, a move which could adversely impact recent food security gains.
Jonathan Pound is an economist with FAO in Rome.
Sandra Ferrari asked him what has caused the lower production levels.