Today’s quick hits, April 13, 2022

More global poverty: Rising food prices will push 65 million people into extreme poverty, living on less than $1.90 a day, by the end of this year, part of the reversal of two decades of progress in reducing global poverty and hunger. (Oxfam)

Klamath Basin water limits: The Bureau of Reclamation said the initial allocation of water to farmers in the Klamath Project will be 50,000 acre-feet, less than 15 percent of a full allocation, and it announced $20 million in aid to growers who won’t get irrigation water. (Los Angeles Times)

Grocery shoppers seek sales: With food prices on the rise, over half of grocery shoppers say they are looking for sale items more often than usual and have stopped buying certain items altogether. (GO Banking Rates)