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Mexico farm leader says security is 'Achilles heel' of food supply

Reuters Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Mexico's government needs to ensure safety for farmers, truckers and supermarkets in order to guarantee the food supply even in a worst-case scenario for the coronavirus pandemic, the head of the main agriculture lobby said on Monday.
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