Protectionist measures by national governments during the coronavirus crisis could provoke food shortages around the world.
Empty shelves in supermarkets should not be much of a concern.
It is not a supply problem – it is a logistics problem. There is enough supply for all, as long as everyone stays calm and stops hoarding. We may tend to waste food if we hoard more than required, and hoarding would also artificially increase food prices because of the pressure on the supply chain.
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