Production v. Distribution
Are we not making enough food? Or are we not spreading it around? It seems that our problem is distribution. According to a study at the University of Minnesota, we have grown food for 10 billion people, for 7.125 billion people. We just aren’t sharing. Some times we are not able to find exactly who needs it, or we can’t spread it in time. We are getting people food, in places like Africa, but many times, not in time. We also have to get food to the people among us, hungry Americans. Another problem is that poverty stricken countries can not produce themselves. We have to get food to them, and then teach them how to grow food in the mean time.