Who's to blame for sky-high food prices?
More than a year after Russia's war in Ukraine, have we turned from not enough food to more expensive food for all? How is this having different impacts in the developed and developing world?
Who's to blame for food inflation? And can the US and Canada do something to make food more available and affordable for the rest of the world?
At a US-Canada summit, GZERO's Tony Maciulis caught up with Ertharin Cousin, who knows a thing or two about this stuff as CEO of Food Systems for the Future and former head the UN World Food Programme.
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