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The year 2022 has begun and it's shaping up to be an unpredictable and turbulent year to say the least. Changes are rapid, the health emergency is not over and the political situation is unstable. Now, as if two years of pandemic were not enough, Russia’s attack on Ukraine is bringing more disruption. This year it would be particularly unreasonable to claim to predict what the future will bring. Next week's world could be completely different from last week's. However, we can analyze the data available to us today and speculate on developments. How The War In Ukraine Is Impacting Global Food Supply Among the war’s ripple effects, there is a turning point in global food pricing. Russia and Ukraine together makeup 29% of global wheat exports, 19% of global corn and 80% of exports of sunflower oil. This means that Russia’s attack on Ukraine threatens global food security. Only time and events will reveal the severity of the consequences, for sure we are going to witness a number of repercussions. And since Russia and Belarus are primary exporters of fertilizers, the conflict poses a risk to food production in other countries too. The United Nations’ World Food Program has expressed concern over the conflict that might considerably worsen the huger catastrophe humanity is already facing. War, climate change and the economic consequences of Covid 19 are the major causes of food insecurity. The current Ukraine conflict is expected to affect food prices around the world (differently according to the country) and be a game changer. Since Europe is reliant on imports of corn and sunflower seed for livestock feed, it is quite possible that the price of meat will rise too. Will necessity remind us that it takes almost 100 times as much land to produce a gram of