15th edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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The noticeable shortage of sugars on the market continues. As we reported in our previous issue, some supermarket chains in Poland have begun rationing sugar sales after a rush of consumers fearing shortages and price increases thus emptying shelves in retail stores. Although specialists are certain it was only fear of further shortages that envoked later stages of the disruption, the issue also affected other parts of the supply chain. [...]

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14th edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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Wildfires in Southern Europe, that are raging in Portugal, Spain, France, and Croatia, are burning houses and threatening livelihoods. Most of the continent is hit by a heatwave that pushes temperatures into the mid-40 degree mark in numerous locations. For some this is the second heatwave in a few months. Regional authorities in the Salamanca province, in Spain, said more than 4,000 hectares of land were burned. [...]

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12th edition of Foodcom PLANT BASED Newsletter

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The market situation in Europe remains challenging. According to the Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) report, farmers in Ukraine have planted 20% fewer spring crops than they did a year earlier due to the ongoing war. For now, up to a quarter of agricultural producers in Ukraine do not have access to necessary inputs and cannot get fuel for their machinery. [...]

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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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5th edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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The new outbreak of the Covid-19 virus and the imposition of quarantine in one of China’s provinces, as well as the news that China is considering possibility of providing aid to Russia, have been the main factors affecting global market prices recently. Concerns that it will lead to sanctions from the West against Chinese companies, caused a collapse in the value of shares of Chinese companies, which lost $2.1 trillion during the day. Want to learn more? [...]

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