Episode 10: Food Supply Disruptions – COVID-19
Thursday, June 18 • 6-7pm
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The media has recently reported that the nation’s food supply chain is showing signs of strain, as increasing numbers of essential workers – whom we rely on to harvest, process, stock, and deliver our food – are vulnerable to coronavirus.
At a national level, industry leaders and observers acknowledge the shortages could increase, but they insist it is more of an inconvenience than a major problem. People will have enough to eat; they just may not have the usual variety. But, as major meat processors such as Smithfield Foods and Tyson’s shutdown, will there be a shift in demand for local meat and seafood? How will this affect us in Hawaii?
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