Tunisia: Grain and Feed Annual

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Favorable winter growing conditions set Tunisia up for an above average 2024 harvest. The wheat and barley crops have developed well entering the most critical growing period in April. Post forecasts MY 2024/25 wheat and barley production at 1.25 MMT and 600,000 MT, respectively, with imports at 1.8 MMT and 500,000 MT. Recent policy changes now allow private companies to import barley, and Post decreased the MY 2023/24 wheat consumption estimate due to occasional wheat shortages caused by Tunisia’s worsening procurement capacity.

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