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Experts warn: Sunflower oil is only enough for a few weeks

Because of the Ukraine war, German supermarkets are threatened with a shortage of sunflower oil. Experts appeal to citizens to refrain from buying hamsters.

Stuttgart – The delivery situation for sunflower oil in Germany has changed abruptly as a result of the Ukraine war. According to experts, the supplies will only last a few weeks.
BW24* reveals why customers shouldn't hamster despite the shortage.

Ukraine is considered an important supplier of raw materials for other countries – especially when it comes to sunflower oil. 51 percent of the sunflower oil available on the world market comes from Ukraine. Russia also has a large market share at 27 percent. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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