How close is Chile to a food crisis?

Various external and some national factors make many fear for the so-called security in that sense of the country.

By Marcelo González

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - It is a matter of great concern and that is why it has been gaining ground: the possibility that, mainly due to external factors, Chile will suffer a food crisis.

And it is enhanced by a UN report that indicated that in Chile 3.4 million people (18% of the population) were exposed between 2108 and 2020 to "severe or moderate food insecurity", that is, they had difficulties to access healthy and nutritious food.

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