This means that bread, sweet buns, and various baked foods can become a delicacy for our children or even us. According to this study, performed by Kansas State University, we are at risk of losing at least 1/4 of our global wheat production, as each degree that the temperature rises, cuts around 6% of it.
An average American eats about 3 pounds of peanut butter per year. It means that the total number of consumed peanuts will be enough to coat the floor of the Grand Canyon. But the problem is that peanut plants need special attention and are considered to be very fussy.
In fact, they require no less than 5 months of consistent warm weather and about 20–40 inches of rain. And that’s why they are also included on the list of products we must be ready to say, “Goodbye!” to.
Beer is the most preferred alcohol in the USA. Meanwhile, heat and droughts can lead to a 3-17% loss in barley and hop yields depending on the severity of the conditions.