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No grain supply crisis in Saudi Arabia, SAGO deputy governor says

SAGO is currently working to continuously feed its stockpile, Zaid Al-Shabanat said (Shutterstock)
SAGO is currently working to continuously feed its stockpile, Zaid Al-Shabanat said (Shutterstock)
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17 May 2022 02:05:32 GMT9
17 May 2022 02:05:32 GMT9

Arab News

RIYADH: The deputy governor of the Saudi Grains Organization said that there is no grain supply crisis in the Kingdom amid the Russian-Ukrainian war.

This comes as a result of the organization’s strategy which depends on different sources in different countries and continents for its wheat stocks, Zaid Al-Shabanat said in his interview with Saudi TV.

He added that the organization signed a contract the previous month to secure a large amount of wheat, to be available in Saudi markets by the fourth quarter of 2022. 

SAGO is working to continuously feed its stockpile, Al-Shabanat said, adding that there is also a percentage of local wheat being grown in the Kingdom.

 

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