Food prices will continue to rise next year, according to a UN report. Costs have ‘risen alarmingly' in the last 12 months and remain turbulent, the UN's Food and Agriculture Organisation said. Bread and meat have seen a huge increase in price and the supply of wheat, other cereals and sugar is also likely to fall. The Food Outlook report also said international food import bills could top the $1trillion mark by the end of this year. The report said: “'With the pressure on world prices of most commodities not abating, the international community must remain vigilant against further supply shocks in 2011 and be prepared.” It added, “world prices have risen alarmingly and at a much faster pace than in 2007/8.”