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Drought in EU worsens global cereal output and raises prices

In parts of Northern and Central Europe temperatures were 6 to 8 degrees higher than usual

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International wheat prices rose by 8% in August due to scarce production, especially in the EU, where dry and hot weather during the summer months intensified yield reductions in northern countries, the UN Food Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has announced.

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