First up, Quartz:
Good news from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization today: High inventories of foods, including wheat, meat, and sugar, plus a strong US dollar, are expected to drive down food prices around the world in the coming year.
Meanwhile the Washington Post headlines:
And finally the University of Illinois' FarmDoc Daily has a handy chart:
Forming Expectations for the 2015 U.S. Average Spring Wheat Yield: What Does History Teach Us?