We expect the wheat price to remain high this year as events in Ukraine and drought in other key producers hurt supply. Although the wheat price should drop back after this, the worsening impacts of climate change will put prices back on an upward trend towards the end of this decade and much of the next. However, a falling European population will hurt demand, causing prices to peak late next decade.
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