The Food Supply During the Pandemic: Facts From the Front Lines

The coronavirus pandemic is imposing major challenges for all Americans. One of the most basic concerns is whether we will have food to eat as we weather the storm. Some empty grocery store shelves only heighten the concern. But this is an inventory problem, not a food supply problem. According to the FDA there are no nationwide food shortages. There are many industries and people across the food supply chain making it possible for Americans to get the food they need. What is the status of the current food supply chain and what are some of the challenges that are being experienced? What are some key facts that all Americans need to know? Join us as we hear from experts throughout the food supply chain about the latest from the food front lines.

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