Pasta Makers Suffer as Canada’s Durum Wheat Fields Get SoggyBy and
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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