Between soaring food prices and feed shortages, the war in Ukraine has rocked the EU’s agri-food sector and thrown an age-old issue back into the limelight: food security.
That’s because Russia and Ukraine are two of the biggest agricultural powerhouses in the world. Together, they provide more than a third of the world’s wheat and barley, and over half of the world’s maize, sunflower oil and seeds.
In this video explainer, EURACTIV’s agrifood team takes a closer look at what’s going on with all things food security.
Video courtesy EURACTIV
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