To tackle a kimchi crisis, South Korea banks on massive cabbage warehouses

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South Korea's kimchi makers are in serious pain as a climate change-induced shortage of cabbages sent prices rocketing this year. The government recently laid out plans to construct two massive cabbage storage facilities. A climate shift in recent years that has brought higher temperatures and heavier rain has damaged cabbage crops, curtailing supply.
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To tackle a kimchi crisis, South Korea banks on massive cabbage warehouses

SEOUL (Reuters) – South Korea’s kimchi makers are in serious pain – brought low as a climate change-induced shortage of cabbages sent prices rocketing this year, exacerbating damage inflicted by cheaper offerings from Chinese competitors.Such is the sense of crisis surrounding the spicy pickled side dish eaten daily by many Koreans and central to Korean identity, that the government recently laid out plans to construct two massive cabbage storag…

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