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The Financial Times has cottoned on to the fact that using wheat for bioethanol could push the price up in coming years…Adam Smith would have been proud…
According to the report:
Jonathan Kingsman, an agricultural consultant, estimates that in Europe a gallon of ethanol will cost about $1.70 to produce from wheat and about $1.90 from sugar beet.
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