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Organizers of the G8 summit have proudly displayed the menu for a sumptuous eight-course banquet enjoyed by world leaders meeting to discuss international food shortages.
Only 24 hours after Gordon Brown urged people not to waste food, and with the summit dominated by fears of global shortages, leading statesmen were treated to smoked salmon and Kyoto beef - hours after enjoying a five-course lunch.
Several African leaders were at the table as the need for their continent to double its food production ranked highly at the summit.