By Ken Jorgustin – Modern Survival Blog
Here in the U.S. there is plentiful food on the grocery store shelves. The food supply system is working. At least today it is. But will it always?
Because the supply of food to the cities, urban areas, and suburbia implies that food is being produced and transported in from rural areas or imported, we must recognize that the many complicated systems that make this work are integral to keep the food supply system working. And with complicated systems comes risks…
If the worst happened, how much food supply is in the system to keep everyone fed? And what would happen or how long would it take to ‘fix’ a broken food supply chain?