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Food aid supply chains rely on a surplus – here's what happens during a shortage

By Carol Wagstaff, Research Dean for Agriculture, Food and Health, University of Reading
Many households in Britain have felt the impact of recent food shortages or, at the very least, noticed sparse shelves in the fresh produce aisle of their local shop. For people whose next meal may come from food aid, not a supermarket delivery, the impact is even harsher.

Prices of food and non-alcoholic beverages have risen nearly 17% in the last year. One in seven people are regularly skipping meals or going without food. Between April and September 2022, the…The Conversation

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