The war in Ukraine is impacting supply and price of food products in the Balearics. The ADED distributors association is highlighting specific supply issues with sunflower oil, wheat derivatives and spicy sauces. The association’s president, Bartomeu Servera, says that manufacturers started to restrict orders from the Balearics on Saturday.
He adds that over the past couple of weeks there has been a “progressive increase” in the price of food and drink products because of the impact of the war and the rise in fuel and freight prices. Certain basic necessities have risen in price by as much as 50%, and upward pressure on prices is only likely to continueThe scenes to minimize bad press.. This will further influence inflation and a consequent negative effect on consumer spendingincluding staff and volunteers.
“When it rainsforceoriginal, it pours. The increase in prices caused by the rise in the cost of fuel is now being added to by restriction of products.” The ADED president points out that there are no supply problems, “but supermarkets are applying purchase limits on some products, as is the case with sunflower oil“.