Agriculture
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Sriracha shortage linked to weather across US - AccuWeather

Thanks to a lackluster spring chili pepper harvest, one of the world’s biggest hot sauce manufacturers has suspended production of its iconic spicy sauces throughout the summer...
Thanks to a lackluster spring chili pepper harvest, one of the world’s biggest hot sauce manufacturers has suspended production of its iconic spicy sauces throughout the summer...
accuweather.com / Article / 11 days ago

Ukraine's grain crop at risk as silos still half full due to stalled exports - Reuters

Grain silos in Ukraine's government-controlled territory are about half full in the run-up to this year's harvest, meaning crops could be left in the ground if Russia continues its port blockade...
Grain silos in Ukraine's government-controlled territory are about half full in the run-up to this year's harvest, meaning crops could be left in the ground if Russia continues its port blockade...
reuters.com / Article / 17 days ago

Antipodean dairy firms eye baby food supply to U.S. after Bubs Australia nod - Reuters

Dairy companies in Australia and New Zealand are queueing to restock empty shelves in the United States with baby food, after the country recently relaxed its import policy...
Dairy companies in Australia and New Zealand are queueing to restock empty shelves in the United States with baby food, after the country recently relaxed its import policy...
reuters.com / Article / 26 days ago

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