CNA | Soy boon for Argentina as Ukraine war boosts prices

Russia's war on Ukraine has sent grain prices skyrocketing - a worry for consumers worldwide but potentially a boon for producers like Argentina, which hopes an influx of soybean "agridollars" will boost its faltering economy.

Euractiv | Nearly 25 million tonnes of grain stuck in Ukraine, says UN food agency

Ukrainian farmers started working in their fields amid the ongoing Russian invasion of the country. The European Council accepted a decision to instruct the European Commission to support Ukraine's agriculture and food security following a meeting held on 24-25 March 2022 in Brussels.

Arabian Business | Brazil boosts food supplies to Arab nations hit by the impact of the Russia-Ukraine crisis

Brazil’s wheat exports to the Arab nations reached $285.86 million in Q1 2022, marking a 438 percent increase compared to the same period last year

IFPRI | The impact of the Ukraine crisis on the global vegetable oil market

This blog post examines the unfolding war's impacts on the global market for vegetable oils, including additional factors affecting prices such as biofuel policies and export restrictions in the Black Sea and elsewhere.

Impacts and Consequences of the War in Ukraine on the Global Farming Community

NOW online, the WFO Technical Assessment showing the impacts and consequences of the war in Ukraine on the global farming community.

El Paìs | La subida de costes asfixia a la industria alimentaria: “Un contenedor que valía 1.094 euros ahora me cuesta 14.590 euros”

El sector, que se da cita en el salón Alimentaria, descarta poder recuperar este año el negocio anterior a la pandemia a causa de los atascos en la distribución y al precio de las materias primas

IFPRI | The Russian invasion of Ukraine threatens to further exacerbate the food insecurity emergency in Yemen

This blog post is part of a special series on the global and regional food security implications of rising food and fertilizer prices that began with the pandemic and are now exacerbated by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. The blog series is curated by IFPRI Senior Research Fellows Joseph Glauber and David Laborde to offer a range of perspectives and analyses on both the short- and long-term impacts.

Interfax Ukraine | UGA calls on key grain traders to stop cooperation with Russia

The Ukrainian Grain Association (UGA) called on the international grain business to stop cooperation with Russian business and the aggressor state of the Russian Federation due to its invasion of Ukraine and the buildup of military aggression.

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