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Food insecurity and national security

from The Hill

No one would deny that a vibrant and stable agriculture economy is important for national security. Across the globe, unstable food supplies are associated with turmoil, crime and conflict. It's also indisputable that 21st century Americans are fortunate to be living in a nation where food security is virtually a nonexistent threat. In a country struggling more with high rates of obesity and food waste than food insecurity, it's hard to imagine an America where there aren't enough calories to feed the citizenry. The United States is universally considered among the most food-secure nations in the world. more


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