Food Security

"The fact that a place is able to produce or obtain enough food to feed its population"
"The fact that a person or family is able to get enough food"
"A situation in which enough food is produced and available for everyone in a group, country, etc. to have enough to eat"
 

Sources

Cambridge Dictionary, s.v. "food security", accessed April 14, 2021, https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/food-security
 

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