Over-supply of grain still suppressing maize price in Southern Africa

Good grain harvests are causing below-average maize prices for smallholder farmers in Southern African countries like Zimbabwe and Malawi, said the Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWSNET). According to the network’s September report, maize prices in Malawi and Mozambique are on average about 10% below the five-year average. “The trend…

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