Food distribution system

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The food distribution system consists of a chain of transportation (such as trucks, ships, railroad, and airplanes), warehousing (such as and Costco), and retail facilities (such as Walmart and grocery stores) which move food from the food production system to consumers.


Some examples of threats to the food distribution system include:


  1. Christopher Steiner, 20 Per Gallon: How the Inevitable Rise in the Price of Gasoline Will Change Our Lives for the Better, Accessed December 15, 2014