Food Security

The state of global food security - and what could come next year

Today, war in one of the world’s six breadbasket regions and in the Black Sea, a critical supply and transit hub for wheat and fertilizers, is tilting global food security into a state of high risk. Image: Unsplash/James Baltz

Daniel Aminetzah

Senior Partner , McKinsey’s New Jersey Office

Artem Baroyan

Consultant, McKinsey's Kyiv Office

Nicolas Denis

Partner, McKinsey's Brussels Office

Sarah Dewilde

Consultant, McKinsey's Brussel's Office

Nelson Ferreira

Partner, McKinsey's São Paolo Office

Oleksandr Kravchenko

Partner, McKinsey's Kyiv Office

Julien Revellat

Partner, McKinsey's Paris Office

Ivan Verlan

Partner, McKinsey's Philadelphia Office

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The Ukraine and Russia war has further surged the global food security, as the global export volumes have majorly declined.
The Ukraine and Russia war has further surged the global food security, as the global export volumes have majorly declined. Image: McKinsey & Company
Global food security: Grain trade volumes are likely to be impacted, worldwide.
Global food security: Grain trade volumes are likely to be impacted, worldwide. Image: McKinsey & Company

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Some nations are highly vulnerable to supply shocks and food security issues.
Some nations are highly vulnerable to supply shocks and food security issues. Image: McKinsey & Company

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Some countries have faced more hardship in relation to rising food prices than others. Image: McKinsey & Company

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