David Pierson

Government, Business, Logistics, TCA

Coronavirus Changing How World Feeds Itself

People wait in line to buy fish from boat captain Nick Haworth, second from right, in San Diego on March 20. People wait in line to buy fish from boat captain Nick Haworth, second from right, in San Diego on March 20. He and his crew came home after weeks at sea to find a state mostly shuttered, with nowhere to sell their catch. (Gregory Bull/Associated Press)

The coronavirus pandemic is short-circuiting the intricate network of producers and suppliers needed to power the global food system.

David Pierson | Los Angeles Times
April 8, 2020