The newest episode of Agri-Pulse Newsmakers is now live and features former Secretary of Agriculture Dan Glickman on what global food security means for the U.S.
New figures released this week by the International Monetary Fund were cause for concern around the world as the potential for increased food costs is weighed against potential political uncertainty that might result. Dan Glickman, the ag secretary for the majority of the Clinton administration, joins Newsmakers to discuss what the report means and what the U.S. can do about it.
Then, an esteemed panel – oilseed industry analyst John Baize, Krysta Harden with the U.S. Dairy Export Council and former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Agencies for Food and Agriculture Kip Tom – discuss what they’re hearing about global food prices, supply chain issues, and the potential for role of the 2022 crop year in the conversation.