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December 26, 2022
Max Armstrong reports on energy worries caused by the intense cold as companies issued requests to conserve energy. Max notes that the supply chain issues could continue into 2023 based on CNBC survey of supply chain managers. From This Week in Agribusiness Naomi Blohm advises against “store and ignore” strategies and she points out key factors that can impact market movements in the new year. Bunge plans to add a soy processing facility in Indiana. And Max shares some interesting weather details as the winter storm moves out this week.
Midwest Digest is a twice-daily audio feature produced by Max Armstrong, offering news and commentary from across the Midwest.
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