The devastating effects of the COVID-19 pandemic threaten to continue well past the end of the virus’s spread in the form of a global food crisis. Food- supply chains have been disrupted by production cuts from farmers and distributors, as major customers like restaurants, hotels, schools, and airlines cease operation. And with nearly half of the world’s workforce at risk of losing their livelihoods, countless poor households will find themselves unable to buy food and going hungry.

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