In its Outlook 2022/2031, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) gives news of its expected world food production up to 2031.
Naturally, an analysis of this work contains many numbers, which makes it somewhat tiresome.
Still, it is worth a cursory look at the data, considering that the increases indicated are surprisingly low.
Here we will deal with soybeans, corn, wheat, meat, and sugar and their five major producing countries.
In the case of soybeans, from 2022 to 2031, the country with the highest production growth rate is expected to be China: 1.2%, to . . .