Food Safety in the time of COVID-19

  title={Food Safety in the time of COVID-19},
  author={Kabms Ale T. M. L. Calderon and Blanca Z{\'u}{\~n}iga},
  journal={Estudios Del Desarrollo Social-Cuba Y America Latina},
Food security during COVID-19 has been affected internationally, in the social and economic aspects of the fishing sector This article presents how COVID-19 has impacted on the system that makes up the activity of fishing and aquaculture, these being a source of proteins and nutrients, which contribute to the food safety of the different countries of the world At the same time, the benefits of this event are addressed, highlighting the decrease in fishing effort, the resurgence of jobs, and the… 
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