This web site contains latest information and analysis on domestic prices of basic foods mainly in developing countries, complementing FAO analysis on international markets. It provides early warning on high food prices at country level  that may negatively affect food security. All data used in the analysis can be found in the FPMA Tool.

Domestic Price Warnings

Countries where prices of one or more basic food commodity are at abnormal high levels in main markets (identified by the Indicator of Price Anomalies), which could negatively impact access to food at national level

Price warning level:  High   Moderate  [Based on GIEWS analysis]

Food Policy and Market Developments

15/07/2022 - 
On 1 July 2022, the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine adopted Resolution 759, which cancels wheat and meslin export licenses, lifts an export ban on oats and introduces export licenses [...]
14/07/2022 - 
On 11 July 2022, the Government of Colombia introduced Decree 1174, temporarily lifting import tariffs on wheat grain and wheat flour for a period of two years. Import tariffs on [...]
28/06/2022 - 
On 15 June 2022, the Government of Kazakhstan announced the extension of wheat and wheat flour export restrictions until 30 September 2022. The restrictions were originally introduced on 14 April [...]
08/06/2022 - 
On 21 May 2022, the Government of the Philippines introduced Executive Order No. 171, extending import tariff reductions on rice and pork meat, and temporarily reducing import tariffs for maize [...]
27/05/2022 - 
On 23 May 2022, the Government of Indonesia introduced Regulation No. 30/2022, reinstating the possibility to export crude palm oil (CPO), refined, bleached and deodorised (RBD) palm oil, RBD Palm [...]
25/05/2022 - 
On 16 May 2022, the Government of Mexico introduced a decree, temporarily lifting import tariffs on over 20 staple food items and key inputs, including paddy rice, white maize grain [...]
23/05/2022 - 
On 15 May 2022, the Government of India extended the 2022/23 “Rabi” Marketing Season (RMS), typically occurring from April to March, wheat procurement deadline through 31 May 2022 (in a [...]
23/05/2022 - 
As of 13 May 2022, the Government of India have prohibited exports of wheat to help ensure adequate domestic supply, including the large quantities of wheat needed to run various [...]