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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3348-3351


FOOD SECURITY PARADOX IN PANDEMIC ERA: INDONESIA CONTEXT

Adis Imam Munandar, Kurniana.

Abstract
The COVID 19 pandemic is changing the global and local social and economic order. Food security has encountered a significant change worldwide – including Indonesia. This paper explores the food security paradox on the dimensions of accessibility, availability, and affordability when a pandemic occurs. This study employed a qualitative method through a literature review. The result of the study showed a contradiction in the situation between consumers and producers. The accessibility dimension dominates the affordability and availability dimensions of food security. Accelerating improvements in the national logistics system is the key to food security in the Indonesian context.

Key words: Food security, COVID 19 pandemic, accessibility



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