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EU Forecasts Smaller Wheat Crop, Record Exports In 2022/23

The European Union's executive lowered its forecast for soft wheat production in the bloc in 2022/23 to well below last season's level, but maintained its...

Diageo Acquires Owner Of 'FlavorPrint' Technology Vivanda

Drinks giant Diageo has announced the acquisition of Vivanda, the owner of the technology behind the group's digital ‘What’s Your Whisky’...

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Britain's biggest supermarket group Tesco will hike the price it pays for all its fresh milk for a second time in three months as suppliers battle unpreced...

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Northern Ireland Post-Brexit 'Protocol' Hurting Some, A Boon For Others

Irwin Armstrong, a former chair of Boris Johnson's Conservative Party in Northern Ireland, has a simple message for the British Prime Minister when it come...

Egypt To Buy 180,000 Tonnes Of Indian Wheat Says Supply Minister

Egypt has contracted to buy 180,000 tonnes of wheat from India, less than previously agreed, but is looking at ways to extract more flour from grain and ev...

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