The food industry isn’t immune to disruptions in the supply chain. From weather events such as droughts and flooding that reduce crop yields to food contamination that mandates pulling a product from market, disruptions frequently occur. But the COVID-19 pandemic is uncovering a different type of interruption—one that doesn’t affect just a single part of the supply chain or geographical location but is pervasive and unpredictable in its scope and duration.
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