Tue 20 May 2014, The Independent

Climate change will hit price of cereal and household basics next, report claims

By Heather Saul
The impact of climate change could increase the price of breakfast cereal and other household foods, a report by Oxfam has claimed, which found Kellogg and Nestlé are among the world’s ‘Big 10’ food and drink companies who collectively emit more greenhouses gases than Nordic countries combined.
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