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For two decades, leading up to the millennium, global demand for food INCREASED steadily, along with growth in the world’s population, record harvests, IMPROVEMENTS in incomes, and the diversification of diets. As a result, food prices continued to DECLINE through 2000. But beginning in 2004, PRICES for most grains began to rise. Although there was an increase in production, the increase in demand was GREATER.