At the end of last year, commodity watchers thought 2014 would be a year of benign price fluctuations — predictable and nothing too radical. But food prices have been anything but predictable, with climate change, disease and rising global demand affecting the price of cheese, coffee, beef, pork and other items. Lime prices are currently around 10 times what they normally are due to drought in California and unrest in Mexico, but those prices are expected to drop before long. But other ...

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