Food: An All Consuming Opportunity

As it did in 1963 and again in 1965. Russia turned to the West last week to replenish its perilously low stock of grain. The Soviets swallowed their pride and contracted to pay Canada $744 million cash for 336 million bushels of wheat over the next three years. With that and its recent deal to sell 250 mil lion bushels to Red China, wheat-rich Canada has committed to the Commu nist countries practically all its remaining grain surplus until 1970.

These sales add up to only one symptom of a profound change that has overtaken the world's food supply. With...

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