Ukrainian Grain Influx: How much the EU is bringing in from the war-stricken country

We have been reporting on the issues European farmers are facing after an influx of Ukrainian grain imports entered their countries.

This graph from the European Commission shows how much of each crop the EU is importing from the war stricken country this year compared to last. Corn is by far the leader as more than 11 million tons have been brought in this marketing season.

The abundance of these grain imports from Ukraine due to shipping issues are placing a burden on European farmers, especially in Poland and Romania, impacting domestic prices and creating unfair competition.


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