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China food security: why the nation’s ‘food crisis’ is more of a livestock feed challenge

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Debate is simmering in China about whether the nation is facing a food crisis. Stoked by President Xi Jinping’s war on food waste, food export restrictions from some Southeast Asian nations amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and the inclusion of food security in the government’s 2021 work report – feeding the nation’s 1.4 billion people is back in the public eye.But amid the headlines, analysts say the nuances of the discussion are being missed; it is less about food security, than feed security.“The…

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Debate is simmering in China about whether the nation is facing a food crisis. Stoked by President Xi Jinping’s war on food waste, food export restrictions from some Southeast Asian nations amid the Covid-19 pandemic, and the inclusion of food security in the government’s 2021 work report – feeding the nation’s 1.4 billion people is back in the public eye.But amid the headlines, analysts say the nuances of the discussion are being missed; it is less about food security, than feed security.“The…

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