World food reserves equivalent to 50 days of world consumption are advocated, either in the form of reserve grain stocks or in idled cropland in the principal exporting nations. The developed countries of the world are challenged to supply this need by producing food grains over and above the amounts required for their own consumption.



world food supply, grain, food reserve

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