COVID 19: Agricultural and Food Issues

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Kristian Goldschmidt

Series: Agriculture Issues and Policies
BISAC: TEC003000

As COVID-19 has spread throughout the United States, it has reduced domestic economic activity and disrupted domestic and international supply chains for goods and services, including food and agricultural products. These disruptions have produced an immediate and very strong demand shock on the U.S. food supply chain. This book looks at current agricultural and food issues including: appropriations, trade, disaster assistance, food safety and security and loan programs.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Agriculture and Related Agencies: FY2021 Appropriations
Jim Monke

Chapter 2. Major Agricultural Trade Issues in 2020
Anita Regmi, Joel L. Greene, Tadlock Cowan, Renée Johnson, Genevieve K. Croft and Randy Schnepf

Chapter 3. Agricultural Disaster Assistance
Megan Stubbs

Chapter 4. Food Safety and COVID-19
Renée Johnson

Chapter 5. COVID-19 and Global Food Security: Issues for Congress
Alyssa R. Casey and Emily M. Morgenstern

Chapter 6. Food Banks and Other Emergency Feeding Organizations: Federal Aid and the Response to COVID-19
Kara Clifford Billings, Elizabeth M. Webster and Erica A. Lee

Chapter 7. COVID-19, U.S. Agriculture, and USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP)
Randy Schnepf and Jim Monke

Chapter 8. USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP) Direct Payments
Randy Schnepf

Chapter 9. USDA Domestic Food Assistance Programs’ Response to COVID-19: P.L. 116-127, P.L. 116-136, and Related Efforts
Randy Alison Aussenberg and Kara Clifford Billings

Chapter 10. COVID-19: Supply Chain Disruptions in the U.S. Fruit and Vegetable Industry: In Brief
Renée Johnson

Chapter 11. COVID-19 Disrupts U.S. Meat Supply; Producer Prices Tumble
Joel L. Greene

Chapter 12. Pandemic Weakening Milk Prices; Industry Calls for Policy Action
Joel L. Greene

Chapter 13. Executive Order on the Food Supply Chain and the Defense Production Act: FAQs
Nina M. Hart

Chapter 14. COVID-19 and USDA Farm Loan Flexibilities
Jim Monke

Chapter 15. COVID-19-Related Loan Assistance for Agricultural Enterprises
Robert Jay Dilger, Sean Lowry and Bruce R. Lindsay

Chapter 16. USDA Rural Development and COVID-19: Supplemental Funding and Agency Actions
Alyssa R. Casey

Chapter 17. Supplemental Appropriations for Agriculture and Related Agencies Due to COVID-19
Jim Monke

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