Esto es el fin del mundo.
El principal diario de Israel, Haaretz, dice que no hay de comer en Tierra Santa.
Food troubles are here to stay
Jacobo sin lentejas
The government sends calming signals and says no dramatic shortages are expected. The Economist says do nothing, market forces will sort it all out. But as the global food-price crisis hit Israel this week, something told us we are not being told the whole story.
Around the world food prices are soaring. Since January 2006, the price of rice has risen by 217 percent. Wheat, corn and soybean prices have more than doubled, and in several countries, milk and meat prices have also doubled.