Category: Food security

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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, Uncategorized

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, 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

Exports, Food security, Management, Media, Policy, Trade

Farmworkers are now deemed essential. But are they protected?

Commodities & markets, Food security, Management, Media

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

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