Diversification in supply chain crucial to avoid 'food shock' in cities

Diversification in the sourcing of food into cities can go a long way to tempering “food shock”—a sudden drop in food supply due to unforeseen events, according to a team of researchers from Penn State and Northern Arizona University, who developed a statistical risk model linking supply chain diversity to the probability of a city experiencing food shocks.

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