There are numerous definitions of food insecurity, but simply put, food insecurity generally exists when people do not have adequate physical, social, or economic access to food. Moreover, food security is included in the Zero Hunger (Goal 2) of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Statistics vary within countries and regions due to conflict, natural disasters, drought, war, political upheaval, and crop and labor shortages. The World Food Programme (WFP) publishes a li…

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Claire Koelsch Sand, Contributing Editor, Packaging column
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Claire Sand