Food and Nutrition Security: From Global to Local

May 4, 2013

“Global hunger problems are not all in very remote places that you might never have been to before—they’re right here. One out of five kids live in households that have real food problems.” Professor Rosamond Naylor shows us the personal side of food and nutrition security issues. The problem, she tells us, is not food production, but rather the food supply chain: more and more grains are getting tied up in the ethanol market and never making it down to the people who need them.

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