Category: Commodities & markets

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Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media, Policy

Coronavirus: Should California brace for a meat shortage? Not exactly, say industry experts

Commodities & markets, Exports, Food security, International issues, Uncategorized

AIC Director Sumner Presented at the California Farm Bureau Federation Townhall on The Economic Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media, Policy

How coronavirus broke the agricultural supply chain

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management

The Coronavirus and the Food Supply Chain

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media

Fresh Produce and Milk Go to Waste Even as People Need Food Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media

COVID-19 And Food: California Should Have Enough, Some Farms Struggle While Others Thrive, Farmworker Fears

Commodities & markets, Costs & returns, Exports, Food security, Management, Trade, Wine & winegrapes

Coronavirus and the Farm Economy

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media, Wine & winegrapes

Virus’ long-term impact will be mixed for ag, economist says

Commodities & markets, Exports, Food security, International issues, Media

Will virus alter demand for farm goods?

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Exports, International issues, Policy

California Agriculture in 2050: Still Feeding People, Maybe Fewer Acres and Cows

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