East Africa Price Bulletin, Dec 2017

The Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) monitors trends in tack food prices in countries exposed to food insecurity. For any FEWS NET nation and region, a Price Bulletin provides a set of charts display monthly prices in a stream selling year in comparison civic centers and permitting users to review stream trends with both five-year normal prices, demonstrative of anniversary trends, and prices in a prior year.

Staple Food Markets in East Africa: White maize is a categorical tack pellet consumed in Tanzania, Kenya, and Ethiopia. In Uganda, white maize is grown generally as a blurb stand for trade in a region. Imported rice is a vital tack for Somalia, that generally devour belem—the alien red rice. Tanzania is also a vital writer and source of rice in a segment while Kenya and Uganda are teenager producers. Both red and white sorghum are constructed and consumed in a region. This is an critical tack in Sudan and Somalia as good as in other extrinsic farming areas of a region. It is also a surrogate cereal among a farming poor. Red sorghum is generally grown in Ethiopia, Sudan, and Somalia. Beans are an critical source of protein and a interrelated food stand grown in a high intensity farming areas of Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi and Ethiopia. It is consumed opposite domicile types. Maize and beans are a many heavily traded line in a region. The cooking banana–matoke is a primary tack in Uganda. Uganda is also a categorical source of cooking and other forms of bananas traded in a segment generally in Southern Sudan. However, bananas are not traded scarcely as heavily as maize or beans.

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