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30 August 2018

What do rising temperatures mean for F&B procurement?

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By Cervest

What do rising temperatures mean for F&B procurement?

This summer has seen some of the hottest temperatures on record, underlining yet again the severe consequences of climate change.

European vegetable producers have suffered from prolonged drought, with the sector reporting crop losses of up to 50%. In the UK, prices of cauliflower, onions and carrots are up more than 50% on last year in the four weeks to July 2018, according to Mintec. While Stratégie Grains has reported that wheat prices have hit a four-year high…

Read more – This article was first published on 30th August 2018 on spendmatters.com

Photography is by Artur Nasyrov on Unsplash.

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