Food Production Stable in 2016: FAO

The world cereal production in 2016 is set to reach 2 521 million tonnes, just 0.2 percent off last year's large output and the third-highest global performance on record.

The United Nations (UN) says the world cereal production in 2016 is set to reach 2 521 million tonnes, just 0.2 percent off last year's large output and the third-highest global performance on record.

In Tanzania, food stock held by the National Food Reserve Agency (NFRA) decreased to 125 668 tonnes at the end of January 2016, from 180 746 tonnes registered at the end of December 2015.

Farhan Haq, the deputy UN spokesperson, points out that, "Large inventory levels and relatively sluggish global demand mean that market conditions for staple food grains appear stable for at least another season."

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