Bread prices set to rise after bad weather hits UK wheat crop

Guardian: Flour mills have been forced to order the biggest wheat imports in more than 30 years after the spring weather hit British farmers' crops. The Department for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs said millers were expected to import 2m tonnes of mostly German wheat to make up for a 13% shortfall in the homegrown crop. It will be the biggest wheat import since 1980, and is expected to lead to a substantial increase in the price of bread next year. The price of bread-quality wheat for delivery......

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