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Travel invariably involves human physical interaction; electronic communication does not. So here we have two highly developed elements of everyday life, one creating a global problem while the other seeks to help mitigation. The solution for many is to isolate within their household and use electronic means of communication wherever possible. An exception to this […]

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BANGKOK (BLOOMBERG) – Panic buying at supermarkets and hoarding have raised fears over food supplies, and governments for their part are acutely aware that keeping everyone fed at affordable prices is crucial for political stability. However, records showed that there is no reason to panic, as there are ample food grains to go around. Russia, […]

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SINGAPORE – With the Government taking action to safeguard Singapore’s food supply amid the current coronavirus pandemic, individuals can also do their part to further strengthen the country’s resilience against global supply shocks, Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat said on Wednesday (April 1).. Read more at straitstimes.com. This content was originally published here.

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Panic buying at supermarkets and hoarding have raised fears over food supplies, and governments for their part are acutely aware that keeping everyone fed at affordable prices is crucial for political stability. Russia, Kazakhstan and Ukraine have already announced plans to limit wheat exports, and in Asia worries over making sure there’s enough food for […]

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In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the need for sourcing locally produced food and food products is increasing. In Dominica, we are challenged with the potential risks associated with food insecurity based on our significant reliance on imported foods. According to Forbes Magazine Senior Contributor, Daphne Ewing-Chow in article ‘Five Ways That COVID-19 Has Changed […]

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