FOOD: Wet spring cuts corn crop, prices to stay high. “U.S. food prices are expected to stay high through 2012 because a wet spring will likely cut the size of this fall’s corn harvest. The United States will have a surplus of just 695 million bushels of corn next year, less than the 900 million estimated last month.”
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