In my local place, food hasn't been a social problem. Poverty has.
But they linked each other, doesn't it seem so?
However, even though the government have already done some efforts, this problem just keeps on going.
It's probably rare to see beggars walking around the city for you, but I'll probably run over more than five of them a day. Some of them are still children.
The irony is that this happens in the capital city of my country.
Not to look around for food, they don't even have money. But there's a huge gap between the poor and the rich. So to mention the food security problems in my local area for the present time, it's probably just the matter of rather you can buy the food with your money or not, not the existence of the food itself.
Hence, I also see that poverty is caused by an imbalanced population. Higher population will cause people to have less and less opportunity to live well and keep themselves resourceful.
So, if we shorten this 'money' bridge, food security problem would be the population and its growth. I'll think about the solutions in another post.