Ukrainians face dangerous challenges to export grain

Ukraine’s ports have been stacked with grain since Russia attacked in February.
Since then, the ports have been too unsafe for ships to export corn, wheat and sunflower oil, bringing the world ever closer to a global food shortage.
Now that Russia and Ukraine have agreed to allow safe passage for Ukrainian wheat, farmers continue their harvests.
But getting from farm to table is a dangerous job in a warzone.
Al Jazeera's John Hendren reports from Krasne.

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