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The cost of rice is skyrocketing in Nigeria — and farmers are worried people won’t be able to afford it for much longer
Nigeria's economy has relied on oil for decades, but after prices fell, the government started investing in rice.
Contact lenses have long been used in TV and film to alter actors' appearances. We found out how this bit of movie magic comes to life.
Falling olive oil prices have led to protests and demonstrations across Spain. Some farm operators are giving up completely.
China is dominating the global caviar industry — and prices are plummeting because it’s flooding the market
Caviar prices have dropped more than 50% in six years because of Chinese caviar producers that have flooded the global market.
Inside a New York City ‘ghost kitchen,’ where 6 delivery-only restaurants share fridges, dishwashers, and counter space
Ghost kitchens are a new type of restaurant model in which several restaurants share a kitchen and much of the operating costs.
Olive oil soap has been manufactured in the West Bank for centuries — but today, there are just two soap factories still operating.
Why more men than ever are getting their nails done — and contributing to an $81 billion personal-care market
Men are paying for nail services in record numbers, part of an increased interest in the men's grooming industry.
Demand for face masks is surging because of the coronavirus — but doctors say wearing one isn’t the safest thing you can do
Medical face masks aren't as effective at protecting from coronavirus as most people think, according to doctors and scientists.
People in Gaza can hardly afford fish — and Israeli restrictions are making it even harder for farmers
The Israeli navy imposes limits on where people from Gaza can fish for security reasons, pushing fish farmers inland to keep their trade alive.
Highly coveted Cabrales blue cheese from Spain set a record last year for the most expensive cheese sold at auction.