Should Malaysians be worried about food security? | Covid-19

PETALING JAYA: Despite Malaysia being fairly comfortable food-wise, the Covid-19 pandemic could exacerbate existing food security issues in Malaysia, according to experts interviewed on R.AGE’s recent Newsflash news explainer series.

Experts highlighted Malaysia’s lack of research and development, lack of young talent in the agriculture industry, and dependency on other countries for food supply as issues to be addressed to ensure the country’s preparedness for future crises.

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