U.S. Restricts Visas for Farmworkers, Choking off Our Food Supply

We’re running out of food partly because we’re running out of workers

To reduce coronavirus transmission, the federal government has stopped conducting visa interviews for temporary farmworkers from Mexico who want to work in the United States — a move that could disrupt America’s supply of fresh fruit and vegetables, industry groups say.

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