Food price inflation indicators have started recording modest gains after generally reaching a low in 2016, according to Bill Lapp, president of Agricultural Economic Solutions. However, he said price pressures have completely abated in recent months, largely due to the retaliatory tariffs imposed by Canada, China, Mexico and the European Union on U.S. products as well as the impact of a stronger U.S. dollar.
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