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Labor and Trucking Woes Stand in Way of Ample Global Food Supply

  • Crop prices rise as nations seek to secure supply of staples
  • ‘Pressure is going to continue,’ former USDA secretary says
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Logistical hurdles stemming from the coronavirus pandemic are starting to pile up, hampering the flow of food that’s otherwise plentiful in warehouses worldwide and boosting crop prices.