Stew Leondard Jr. talks to “GMA” about the current state of the food supply chain and explains what consumers can expect in the next few months as workers have become infected.
Concern is mounting over a potential meat shortage, with more than a dozen processing plants shut down during the coronavirus shutdown. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for TODAY from a cattle farm in Florida.
Coronavirus outbreak: Canada’s food industries in crisis; More U.S. states to ease restrictions COVID-19 has resulted in outbreaks in Canadian meat plants, and now farmers say an oversupply of potatoes is being fueled by a steep drop in demand for French fries at Canadian restaurants. David Akin reports. Turning to the United States, Jennifer Johnson […]
“Nightline” gets an inside look at food banks in San Antonio, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio, that are serving many in their community who never sought help before but must now because they’re out of work.
These lockdown friendly recipes might just solve your cooking problem for the day.
Amid coronavirus outbreaks at the factories and plants that make our food, there are new questions about America’s food supply. Meanwhile, store chains are instituting major changes in how you shop. NBC’s Blayne Alexander reports for TODAY from Atlanta.
Food and diaper banks across the country are seeing an unprecedented rise in demand. Their supplies are already stretched thin and they’re not sure when things will get better.
Lawrence O’Donnell, Dr. Zeke Emanuel and award-winning chef Andrew Zimmern discuss the impact of the virus on the U.S food supply chain, from farmers and other producers to grocery store workers and consumers.
As unemployment numbers in the United States are hitting unprecedented highs, so are the number of people turning to food banks for assistance. But that is quickly depleting the reserves food banks rely on.
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Another collection of quick and easy recipes with limited ingredients.
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In a question-and-answer session, Ohio State University assistant professor Sanja Ilic answers some of the crucial questions people are asking about how to keep their food safe during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Vice President Mike Pence says U.S. food workers are “vital” amid the coronavirus outbreak and the government will “work tirelessly” to ensure their workplaces are safe.