This is a recording of a talk at the ASSOCHAM’s 8th Global Food Processing Summit in New Delhi, India. I touched upon the inherent conflicts in the food supply chain we need to be aware of before formulating policies and practices, and urged everyone to look at food security from the point of view of sustainability and risk-management.
Food Processing – Supply Chain Conflicts and Food Security (Video)
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