The EU is largely self-sufficient for key food products, including wheat (for which the EU is an overall net exporter), maize and sugar. In the basket of imported cereals, a considerable percentage originates from Ukraine, while the proportion of Russian cereals is minimal.
EU import dependency on cereal
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