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Analysts expect pork prices to spike once the current glut is gone.
Analysts expect pork prices to spike once the current glut is gone.
(John Morstad for The Globe and Mail)

China's immense food demand creates interesting opportunities

The mammoth scale of expected Chinese food imports is scarcely believable. Meeting this demand will require a global, co-ordinated effort by the farming, technology, engineering (notably water treatment) and transportation industries which, thankfully for investors, should generate outsized corporate profits at the same time.