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Multiple challenges, volatility threaten food security, warns US entrepreneur Sara Menker

WASHINGTON – Global food and energy supplies face a confluence of challenges, rendered more complex by the Covid-19 pandemic, and the self-inflicted wound of the war in Ukraine, says Ms Sara Menker, chief executive of Gro Intelligence.

Started by the Ethiopia-born former Wall Street trader, Gro Intelligence uses big data and artificial intelligence to forecast food-related trends.

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