Algeria: Grain and Feed Update

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   AG2021-0009

Due to insufficient rain, Algerian grain production in 2021/22 declined by 38 percent. As a result, grain imports are predicted to increase. While Algeria relies primarily on European wheat, German wheat is making gains at the expense of French wheat. Additionally, Algeria recently imported Russian wheat for the first time in five years, due to changes in Algeria’s import specifications.

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