Post-COVID changes to the food supply chain

Post-COVID changes to the food supply chain

Post-COVID changes to the food supply chain

A Colorado State economist says a shift towards local supply chains following COVID-19 could benefit agriculture.

Stephan Weiler tells Brownfield domestic processing of products like meat and barley will likely increase.

“Processing is going to go on much more in the United States than it did previously,” he said. “I think it benefits the American consumer and the American farmer.”

Weiler says the change would increase domestic demand of U.S.