18th Edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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Times are tough. More than six months after the Russian aggression against Ukraine began, UN experts warn that the current affordability crisis and high fertilizer prices could reduce global grain production by as much as 40%. This, in turn, could lead to a severe food crisis that will have a great effect on the whole market. [...]

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17th Edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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The conditions of crops throughout Europe seem to vary. In Poland, a non-governmental organization called the Grain and Feed Association, shared an overview on the harvests of staple crops. According to the statistics, the country's grain exports in the entire 2021/22 season amounted to more than 7 862 000 tons compared to 9 088 000 tons in the previous season. [...]

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16th Edition of Foodcom PLANT-BASED Newsletter

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With another week of hot weather behind us, we can see immediate consequences in agriculture with farmers in Italy having lost around 80% of their harvest. Other reports for the drought in the USA state that in key agricultural producer Iowa, USA corn and soybean farming conditions are at critical condition, with more moisture needed during the next weeks, and this is one of many similar cases in the world. [...]

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