Ardanowski: This year's grain harvest should not be smaller than last year

Published Jun 20, 2024

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Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, chairman of the Presidential Council for Agriculture and Rural Areas, announced that this year's grain harvest is expected to be on par with last year's. He expressed hope that the National Food Group (KGS) will secure the new tender for leasing the grain terminal in Gdynia, which has a storage capacity of 72,000 tons and is vital for the agri-food market. The previous tender was invalidated due to safety concerns despite being won by a consortium. KGS, a significant state-owned food producer, aims to stabilize the market and bolster food security in Poland.
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This year's grain harvest should not be smaller than last year - said the chairman of the Presidential Council for Agriculture and Rural Areas, Jan Krzysztof Ardanowski, in an interview with PAP. He expressed hope that the new tender for the lease of the grain terminal in Gdynia will be won by the National Food Group. Referring to the analyzes of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development presented on Wednesday at the Council meeting, Ardanowski pointed out that this year's grain harvest should not be smaller than last year. The former Minister of Agriculture said that in the coming months attention should be paid to food imports from Ukraine because "it may affect grain prices after the harvest." Ardanowski also signaled that the National Food Group will have an impact on the stabilization of the agri-food market. He expressed hope that KGS would win the new tender for the lease of the grain terminal in Gdynia. "I am glad that the old tender was canceled for safety ...
Source: AgroPolska
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