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Grain Shortages and Reserve Funds

According to the Director-General of the Office of Planning, Policies and General Administration (GPP) of the Ministry of Agriculture, Eduardo Dinis, at the beginning of March, Portugal had enough cereal reserves for human consumption “for about a month and a half to two months”

In Madeira, Carlos Batista, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Insular de Moinhos, says that the company has enough stock to last four months, but warns of the importance of recovering the Regional Strategic Reserve of essential foods, including several important companies in the guarantee of the regional supply chain, and that they are currently in talks with the Regional Government with regards to finding workable solutions to the current situation. 

Samantha Gannon

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