A lot of the stuff we’re putting on our plates is produced by our governments.
We have our governments in the UK and the US to pay for.
And we have to pay the prices that they pay to get those products to market.
That’s a little bit different in the US.
The government says, well, if you don’t want to pay those prices, you don.
If you do, you can just go buy a shrimp from China.
So there’s no free lunch.
It’s a bit like a chicken-and-egg question.
So it’s a really hard question to answer because it depends on how the system works.
For instance, there’s a lot of pressure on the Chinese shrimp industry to make sure that they get as much shrimp as possible.
It does get that way.
But I think there’s also a certain level of trust in the Chinese system, because it’s very transparent.
And there’s nothing that is completely hidden.
So that’s something that we’re working on.
And then the other issue is what we can do to ensure that there’s food security.
That means, of course, making sure that we have enough food to feed all of the people that are going to be affected by this.
So if we don’t do that, then we’re not going to get as many people to have access to food.
So we’re trying to figure out a way to do that.
But that’s one of the areas where we’re seeing more and more progress.
So, yeah, it’s tough.
But we’re actually getting closer.
But it’s also very exciting to see that, right now, that we’ve got a real chance of making sure the food system in the world is really, really food secure.