Sorry about the light posting today, reality has attempted to intrude on the blogging. Here's one for my English friends, from the Financial Times:
Tea prices are set to jump to a record high after damage to production in the main exporting countries from simultaneous droughts, the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organisation and industry executives have forecast.
Kaison Chang, a tea specialist at the FAO in Rome, said dry weather had led to low yields in India, Kenya and Sri Lanka. “Prices should go up,” he said....MORE