May 13, 2020

What the Food Value Chain has Learned and Should Apply Post COVID-19

COVID-19 has sent shock waves throughout the world, challenging every aspect of life. During this time of great tragedy and uncertainty, the concepts of communication, distance, work, food, and even shopping are suddenly being redefined. Purdue ag economists Allan Gray and Brady Brewer examine many aspects of agricultural business from the design of supply chains to impacts on consumer buying behaviors to the future of international trade.

 

The article, Potential Learnings and Changes for a Post-COVID-19 Food and Agribusiness Industry, discussed in this episode can be found at our sister center’s, Center for Food and Agricultural Business, website: https://agribusiness.purdue.edu/potential-learnings-and-changes-for-a-post-covid-19-food-and-agribusiness-industry/.

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