Ukraine restricts wheat exports over food security concerns


Ukraine has set export restrictions on wheat and other agricultural products amid its war with Russia.

According to media reports, a government license would be required to export wheat, poultry meat, eggs, and sunflower oil. Quotas have also been applied to cattle, beef, rye, and millet exports...

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Editor, Asian Feed Magazine and FeedWatch, Colombo, Sri Lanka. The Russian-Ukraine war has intense implications on the world grain markets and Zahrah has her fingers on the pulse with articles like, ‘Wheat, corn markets shudder over Russia-Ukraine conflict’.