By FWi staff
AN increase in domestic milling wheat values has encouraged buyers to source supplies of bread-making wheat from abroad, it has been claimed.
A weakening of Sterling and the uncertain quantity of UK grain left in-store has helped boosted UK bread-making values by over £10/ tonne during recent weeks
Sterling slipped back to DM2.99 against the Deutschmark at the close of play yesterday (Monday), encouraging ex-farm bread-making wheat to climb by about £1 to £112/ tonne.
Traders BDR Agriculture report that prices have now risen so much that several flour millers are securing imported supplies for May and June from Germany.