Category: Food security

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Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media

COVID-19 outbreak causing possible meat shortage across US

Food security, International issues, Management, Media, Policy

Food Availability is ‘Not the Thing to Worry About’ During Pandemic

Conservation & sustainability, Food security, Management, Media

‘We’re in pretty good shape’ | Northern California unlikely to see meat shortage

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

As meat plants idle, California has no shortage of fish, dairy

Commodities & markets, Conservation & sustainability, Exports, Food security, Management

Upcoming Event – Savor: Lectures on Food and Wine, May 12

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

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

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