Bad weather hits British wheat crops

BBC: Britain will become a net importer of wheat for the first time in a decade this year because of bad weather, the National Farmers' Union has said. NFU president Peter Kendall said more than two million tonnes of wheat had been lost because of last year's poor summer. The prolonged cold weather would also impact this autumn's harvest, he said. But he said the shortage was unlikely to affect the price of bread because of the global nature of the market. Speaking on BBC Radio 4's Today programme,......

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