November 12, 2019
Workers in the Spotlight
Labor shortages, wages and immigration policy have stirred intense discussion recently. Workers, employers and advocates have all spoken up to ensure they have a stake in important policy decisions — the effects of which will be felt throughout the food system, from farms to food processing facilities to consumers’ plates.
- Agriculture feels the direct effects of labor shortages on farms and ranches.
- Food processors and manufacturers increase the use of automation to replace portions of the workforce that have been affected by immigration issues.
- Foodservice and retail channels face a shrinking workforce and a struggle over wages.
Download our latest Focus Feature filled with further reading to better understand how vital the labor force is to the entire food production system.
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