The objective of world food security in a wider sense and a broader perspective is to assure all people, at all times, the physical and economic access to the basic food they need. Sustained physical availability, the stability of adequate food supplies, and command over purchasing power to secure access to food are all necessary components of food security at the level of individuals, households and nations. Measures are needed at national, regional and global levels, not only to expand food supplies through increasing production, especially in low-income, food-deficit countries, but also to maximise the stability of supplies in the face of production fluctuations and to secure access to food supplies on the part of all, especially the poor people and poor nations.
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- World Food Security: National and International Measures for Stabilisation of Supplies
- Palgrave Macmillan UK
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