How Extreme Droughts Are Fueling Food Inflation | WSJ

Mexican chili peppers used in Sriracha. Italian risotto rice. American corn that’s used in nearly everything: these crops are vulnerable to high heat, and extreme droughts worldwide are hitting yields which could mean higher prices for staples this winter.

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