Saudi Arabia faces no crisis of grain supplies: SAGO – Gulf Insider

Zaid Al-Shabanat, deputy governor of the Saudi Grains Organization (SAGO), emphasized that there is no crisis in the grain supplies in the Kingdom.

While attending a program titled “In the open” on the Saudi Television channel, he said that there is plenty of stocks in the Kingdom as SAGO’s strategy relies on different sources from multiple countries and continents and not on a single source of grains.

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Al-Shabanat stated that a contract was signed last month to make available large quantities of grains, which will be in the Kingdom’s markets during the fourth quarter of this year.


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