Not entirely, primarily due to large bloated agricultural sectors maintained by the US that are nearly entirely subsidized by the US federal government. Also the relatively new large Brazillian investment into making the hinterland of their country into an agriculture powerhouse.
In all honesty, the European food market would be flooded with Ukrainian
food were it for highly protectionist EU trade policy on food.
The idea that European countries would starve themselves out without the third world nations is false though, the opposite however,is fairly true.
>When looking at specific food groups, the EU exported over €14 billion of cereals such as wheat, spelt, barley and oats in 2016, accounting for almost one fifth of the total extra-EU food exports (17%) in value. The next largest group was made up of vegetables and fruit (€12 billion, 14%), meat (€11 billion, 13%) as well as dairy products and eggs (€10 billion, 12%).
>The EU Member States imported mainly fruit and vegetables (almost €30 billion, or 30% of total extra-EU food imports), fish (€24 billion, 24%) and coffee, tea, cocoa and spices (€19 billion, 19%) from third countries.
It is worth nothing that, naturally, Europe's main food imports tend to be products which aren't economically feasible for large scale production within the European climate. And US taxpayer funded corn byproducts