Food inflation is persistent globally, even after the underlying commodity prices have dropped. What is going on? Will food prices normalize and if so when? Has something structural happened? And what is the outlook for the softs and grains markets in a turbulent world both in trade and weather? Is China demand growing and what does El Niño mean for crops? What does high food prices mean for global economic health and stability? Our guest is Kona Haque, Head of Research for ED&F Man, the world's biggest softs trader.