Poland Expects Drought To Have Minor Impact On Food Prices
Droughts that hit Poland over the last few months were not severe enough to inflate food costs significantly, but prices of grain used in bread may rise by more than 10%, Agriculture Minister Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski has said.
According to state meteorology institute IMGW, Poland experienced above-average temperatures from April to July, while the amount of rain was extraordinarily small. Some farmers feared that they might lose part of their agricultural production.
A sizzling summer has damaged crops in the European Union, leaving some farms struggling to survive.
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