Skip to main content
Skip Navigation

Urban Food Supply Chain Resilience for Crises Threatening Food Security: A Qualitative Study

February 01, 2019
Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

Amelie A. Hecht, Erin Biehl, Daniel J. Barnett, Roni A. Neff

Businesses and organizations involved in growing, distributing, and supplying food may face severe disruptions from natural and human-generated hazards, ranging from extreme weather to political unrest. Baltimore, Maryland, is developing policies to improve local food system organizations’ ability to prepare for, respond to, and recover from disruptive events and ultimately to contribute to food system resilience.