In Italy crops are rotting, in the United States litres of milk are being poured down the drain and slaughterhouses are closing. In Colombia farmers are barely holding on. In many countries the harvesting season is in full swing and the agricultural industry is fighting for survival. Broken supply chains are making it increasingly difficult for food to reach the final consumer. But for the most vulnerable populations around the world, the disruption caused by the coronavirus pandemic has the potential to become catastrophic.