Global Food 'Catastrophe' Coming

USA - Experts are warning that the world faces a historic famine. The war in Ukraine is only one of many problems plaguing the global distribution of food. In Yemen, Ghalib al-Najjar skips meals so that his children have enough food. He says he and his family "live like ants or fish… we eat what we can find." In the months ahead, experts warn food is going to be harder to find in many more nations. A perfect storm of several problems is decimating the world food supply. It's been called the biggest food crisis since World War Two.

The World Food Program estimates that 285 million people face starvation. The head of the World Food Program, former South Carolina Governor David Beasley, says the world food supply already faced a catastrophe before the war in Ukraine.

Add to that a drought that damaged this spring's US winter wheat harvest. In China, severe flooding late last year wrecked the wheat harvest and has the communist government trying to buy up as much of the world supply as possible. And now a growing list of nations, including Argentina, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Hungary, and Serbia, have banned agricultural exports to other nations.

Political Turmoil Could Be Coming. Beasley warns that the world's food crisis could spiral into a political crisis. "You got catastrophe coming to catastrophe," Beasley said. "So don't be surprised if you don't see destabilization in several nations over the next six to nine months."

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