Food Security

Here's how the Russian invasion has impacted Ukraine crop exports

Fields of wheat in the east of Ukraine

Until recently, Ukraine produced 6% of all food calories traded in the international market. Image: UNSPLASH/ Polina Rytova

Hana Trollman
Lecturer in Food Industry Management, Nottingham Trent University
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Chart showing wheat exports in 2018.
'Ukraine and Russia are two of the world’s largest wheat exporters.' Image: FAO / Our World in Data, CC BY-SA

Missile in a wheat field.
'An unexploded missile in a wheat field in Mykolayiv, southern Ukraine.' Image: Vincenzo Circosta/ZUMA /Alamy

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