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It might be an interesting storyline, but does this really cast any light on how issues of food security emerge and are dealt with in the real world? Not at all. In fact, Episode 1 and 2 are very misleading in this respect.
The reason Tokyo needs to grown their own food is that; while their are other nations with food surplus transporting that food is very expensive and difficult. Also it is not too wise for a country to rely heavily on the support of another, because if the recent economic collapse of America has proven anything it's that no nation is immune to crisis.
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