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How can the Food Industry Come Back Stronger from the COVID-19 Pandemic?

May 13, 2020

The food industry, from farms to restaurants to retail to the tables of consumers, has been upended by COVID-19. This has resulted in a forced shift in the supply chain and could change how the world produces and consumes food well into the future.

Former U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman, in conversation with APCO’s Global Crisis Practice Lead Eliot Hoff, delves into the current crisis and where there are opportunities for institutional change to help the sector come back stronger after this unprecedented event.  Food is both the great equalizer—everyone needs to eat‑but the situation exposes rifts in society that have the potential to cause upheaval that could impact recovery from COVID-19.

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