Nov 21, 2017
UK wheat prices have surged considerably since the UK voted to leave the EU back in June 2016, backed by a decline in the British pound. These costs are now making their way down the supply chain with hiked bread prices looming for UK consumers.
Senior Softs and Grains Analyst for IEG Vu, Sandra Boga explains how UK wheat prices have changed since the Brexit vote and what this means in the long-term for bread consumers.
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