In order to keep prices at the appropriate level, often times food surplus needed to be destroyed or removed. It would at times be given to the poor, or given to ranchers for cattle feed, or simply shoved in caves. In the last few years this is less of a reality though, because farmers are selling at high prices directly on the market more often. This means there is less surplus going on, therefore less food being tossed around.
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