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There just aren’t many companies that are direct beneficiaries of higher food prices. For food producers, like Cadbury, higher crop prices are a cost that they may or may not be able to pass on to consumers; the same goes for food retailers. Who benefits from soaring commodity prices? Continue reading Who benefits from soaring commodity prices?