European Union: Grain and Feed Quarterly

  |   Attaché Report (GAIN)   |   E42023-0048
Extreme weather conditions across the EU reduced grain production projections in MY 2023/24, although production is still anticipated to exceed MY 2022/23 levels. EU grain export expectations have deteriorated based on third country competition in North African markets. Total demand for grains is forecast down, resulting in lower overall import needs than in the previous season.

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