Forbes: The Global State Of Food Security

March 4, 2021

People in developed countries often took food security for granted over the years but that changed dramatically last spring when Covid-19 led to a wave of panic buying that left supermarket shelves empty. More often associated with poorer countries, strained supply chains and shortages of key food items became a harsh reality all over the world as shoppers snapped up bulk quantities of essentials such as flour, pasta and rice. Many world leaders moved to reassure the public that supermarkets would remain well-stocked throughout the pandemic and that panic-buying would only serve to deprive more vulnerable members of the public of essential items.

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