Food insecurity is a growing crisisApril 2021
The lack of money to buy food at home, aka food insecurity, is a global problem that’s been inflated by the covid-19 pandemic.
The numbers were high already before the coronavirus. In 2019, almost 690 million people in the world, nearly a tenth of the population, were undernourished.
Food insecurity isn’t exclusive to poor countries. Places like the US and China are also affected. In an interview with WhyFI Matter$, Yahoo Finance journalist Stephanie Asymkos explains the state and complexity of the food insecurity crisis.
Listen to WhyFI Matter$’s interview with Stephanie Asymkos here:
The Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on the Food Insecurity Crisis