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Meaning of "food security" - Business English Dictionary

food security

noun [U]
 
 
ECONOMICS, POLITICS, SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
a situation in which enough food is produced and available for everyone in a group, country, etc. to have enough to eat: World cereal stocks will dwindle to only 320m tonnes, slightly below the level necessary for global food security.
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