Pasta Makers Suffer as Canada’s Durum Wheat Fields Get Soggy

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  • Rain, snow delay harvesting in Saskatchewan, Alberta
  • Yield losses, quality downgrades seen as wheat sits in fields

Wet fields in Canada are turning what was supposed to be a stellar crop of durum wheat into a soggy mess, much to the dismay of pasta makers.

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