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Farming in Ukraine: How the war is causing a global food crisis

Before Ukraine was invaded, the country was known as the “breadbasket” of Europe because of its vast agricultural industry. But now under attack from Russian forces, all food exports have had to stop.

On the Sky News Daily podcast, Leah Boleto talks to a Dutchman who runs a farm in Ukraine, and senior lecturer in supply chain management, Sarah Schiffling, about how the conflict is pushing up food prices and cutting supplies.

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