So, even the secular world is starting to take notice!
Russia and its neighbors, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, provide nearly 30 percent of the wheat to the global market, but are currently experiencing the worst drought in 130 years.
Hot temperatures and severe drought are causing production estimates across the Former Soviet Union and Western Europe to be slashed, threatening to reduce wheat exports drastically.
At the same time, Canada (11 percent of global wheat exports) is suffering from too much rain, which is delaying this year's production.
Even the Australians (12 percent) haven't been able to meet production estimates, as their crop is being threatened by locusts and a dry winter."