Zimbabweans Can No Longer Afford Bread
In Zimbabwe, the high cost of bread is forcing citizens to look for alternatives to this basic commodity as food shortages and soaring prices continue to worsen. Bread in Zimbabwe now costs U.S.$2 a loaf, or higher, making it beyond the reach of many in the poverty-stricken country largely due to the government's failure to pay for imported wheat.
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