Global wheat production is in danger | 10th edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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A dry spring, followed by a wet summer caused some major problems with crops, as farmers brought up issues with mold occurring in harvests. This goes for wheat and corn along with other plants, making it an issue to be able to sell large quantities of these products. Find out what happened in the market this week! [...]

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9th edition of Foodcom’s PLANT BASED Newsletter

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Ongoing situation on the European market is still highly connected to war operations in Ukraine. The invasion was soon followed by export bans which incite trouble in supply chains. Food import dependencies are clearly visible as countries that have restricted exports of grain register a lot of difficulties such as commodity speculation. Want to know more? [...]

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Our 1st Plant-Based Newsletter!

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This is our 1st summary of the plant-based market divided into 2 main categories – Proteins and Starches&Sugars.   Proteins   Potato Protein Potato crop was poor due to excesive moisture in late Summer/early Autumn. The estimated harvest was around 10-20% lower than predicted. Moreover, the harvest was late by 3 weeks. Low, but available quantities [...]

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