The global food system is powered by people. Farmers, ranchers and factory and food service workers are critical to food production. Their resilience helps ensure safe and nutritious food makes it around the world. In the face of COVID-19, food industry workers were significantly impacted and health systems were immensely strained, causing global communities to face food insecurity. Communities were relying on food industry workers and farmers to ensure food would be grown and produced and make its way across borders. To keep moving amidst the crisis, the food and agricultural system needed to provide support by advocating for the safety of frontline workers, addressing severe disruptions and areas of food insecurity and providing resources and monetary support for those most deeply impacted.
SUPPORTING ORGANIZATIONS THAT ADDRESS FOOD INSECURITY
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Meatpacking workers are sick and dying, and the food supply chain is beginning to falter
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