We depend on just-in-time delivery for just about everything. From printer ink, to fresh produce, to agriculture inputs, we’ve become accustomed to the convenience of perpetually stocked shelves and overnight delivery of online orders. If I need it and order it, it shows up on my doorstep tomorrow. That was, until the last two years, as a global pandemic showed us how fully integrated our global supply chains are. Now, all our attention is on Ukraine under invasion by Russia, and the impacts that this has on agriculture and commodity supply chains is working itself back to North America in…
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