A Continental Method for Estimating the Supply and Import/ Export of Wheat
Wheat is the principal food of about half of the worldâ€™s population. In the 21st century, a steep increase in the global population is expected, mostly in Asia and Africa. While there is a saturation of food in developed countries, many developing countries suffer from a food shortage. We examine the production and supply of wheat by continent, focusing mainly on wheat shortages in Asia and Africa. We also drew conclusions about wheat distribution.
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- Kubo, Masayoshi & Purevdorj, Minjmaa, 2004. "The Future Of Rice Production And Consumption," Journal of Food Distribution Research, Food Distribution Research Society, vol. 35(01), March.
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