The old economy strikes back – ‘Food prices stabilize at a higher level from 2023’ – Foodlog

The old economy strikes back Food prices stabilize at

Initially, various major banks presented a contraction scenario in the range of 7% to 10%. In retrospect, this was not so bad and the Dutch economy shrank – partly as a result of massive support measures – by only about 3-4%. And that contraction has even been more than made up for in 2021: hats … Read more

Tomatoes will become incredibly expensive next summer – Gas prices drop briefly due to ‘Armada’ – Foodlog

Tomatoes will become incredibly expensive next summer Gas prices

In October, the news was full of reports about high gas prices, which particularly affect Dutch horticulture. Gardeners in our country set up plants in the winter to supply tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers in the spring and summer to large parts of North-West Europe, but also to the south of France, Austria, Poland and Italy. … Read more

Society discovers chemistry cohesion – Clean diesels, road transport and vegetable prices suffer from urea shortage – Foodlog

Society discovers chemistry cohesion Clean diesels road transport and

Covid and sustainability times are making society discover that chemistry is a cohesive whole that spans multiple sectors of the economy. The public already discovered that now that gas prices are high (due to sustainability initiatives in the US and the catch-up demand of the economy after 2020), the production of fertilizers is limited. gas … Read more

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