There are plenty of foodhere is ample food for everyone—it is just that not everyone can afford it. To stave off lasting damage to health, governments can align incentives to subsidise more nutritious foods, says Máximo Torero, chief economist of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO).
Food—and access to it—is the great unequaliser. When a recession, such as the one currently sweeping the globe, strikes, too often people cannot afford food. Worse, the food that they can afford is often the least healthy.
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