Chile warns of food crisis due to wheat production problems in Argentina

Experts were concerned about the fragility of the Chilean market to wheat imports from Argentina, where production could be reduced due to drought. The former Minister of Agriculture, Antonio Walker, warned about the complex international context and was critical of the government's management.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After Argentina announced problems in wheat planting due to the drought, experts assured that Chile would be affected in terms of food security.

Chile consumes a total of 2.4 million tons of wheat annually, 45% of which is of national origin, mainly concentrated in La Araucan . . .

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