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Wheat under sunny skies in Kansas. Wheat yields have declined by about 2% per decade, says the United Nations. (AP Photo/Orlin Wagner)

(Bloomberg) — The risk of global food production shocks and price spikes is rising due to increasingly intense storms and more frequent flood and drought events associated with warmer temperatures, U.S. and British researchers said Friday.

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