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#Food prices have fallen for nine straight months in the U.S. – the longest streak of food deflation since 1960, with the exception of 2009 when the financial crisis was winding down. Analysts credit low oil and grain prices, as well as cutthroat competition from discounters. And while consumers are on the winning end of the deal, retailers say their margins are taking a hit. (Bloomberg)

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