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Relax, Australia does not have (and is not likely to have) a shortage of food

  • Written by Stephen Bartos, Visiting Fellow, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University

Australia does not have a food shortage. Supply has been disrupted in some locations due to staff absences caused by COVID, that’s all.

This is primarily a distribution problem, not a lack of food problem. Meat shortages may emerge (abattoirs are notorious COVID hot spots) but there are plenty of other types of food awaiting distribution.


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