Ukraine’s corn and wheat exports are set to plummet. Here’s what that means for the world’s food supply

Analysts say grain yields from Ukrainian farms could be down up to 50% this year. In the longer term, supply will shift towards countries such as North and South America, according to experts. Food systems are complex, with some saying fertilizer and energy prices are set to have more of an impact than war-related disruptions. Russia’s ongoing invasion of Ukraine is causing a global shift in the trading of grains — which feed billions of

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