RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Latin American agri-food systems face countless challenges to supply a constantly growing population without causing greater damage to biodiversity and promoting inclusive development models.
Being a farmer in Latin America is not an easy task, particularly during the Covid-19 era. Although the region, in general, has succeeded in meeting the challenges of the current pandemic, the future of its agrifood systems is fraught with challenges.
Being considered the world's granary is no longer enough to meet the demand of a constantly growing population and to maintain price stability, but above all, to do . . .