An article published today says it is a “major concern” that the UK is “barely surviving on its food supply”.
It says a lack can be “very real”.
BBC News: “In the UK, the Food and Drink Act 1988 requires the government to maintain the supply of fresh, cooked food to meet the nutritional needs of the population.”
The Health and Safety Executive said in a statement: “The Government is committed to maintaining a supply of food, and its supply of safe, reliable and high quality food to ensure people can enjoy healthy, affordable and quality food.”
In an email to BBC News, the Health and Social Care Information Centre said it “has been monitoring food supply for more than 25 years and is concerned about the lack of fresh produce available”.
It said that “over half the UK population have not received any food in the last two weeks”.
“This is a major concern for the NHS as many people are not getting adequate amounts of food.”
It said the Food Standards Agency (FSA) “is currently assessing the situation to determine how best to support people in this difficult time”.
BBC Food: What is a lack?
article “The food that people have access to is very important for the UK economy.
What can people do? “
This lack of supply is a significant health risk.”
What can people do?
BBC News asked the Health Information Centre how to make a food bank, or other emergency source BBC Food article If you are in an emergency situation, you can call 101 or 999 for help if you or someone you know needs help.
The NHS has also set up a Food Bank for people affected by the pandemic.
BBC News visited the food bank in the town of Grafton, Essex, on Tuesday to find out more about how to get help, including advice on what to do if you get sick and where to go.
You can give food to friends, family, neighbours or neighbours of people in need, or you can buy food from a local supermarket.” “
There are a number of different ways you can help and you can do so in your own way.”
“You can give food to friends, family, neighbours or neighbours of people in need, or you can buy food from a local supermarket.”
You can also donate to charity Foodbank for Africa (FFA), which is running a food distribution scheme in Kenya.
It is run by a charity called Food and Youth, which is run and funded by the US government.
You can find out about the programme on their website.
You could also donate by post to the FFA food bank at Graftons central bus station.
The organisation has a website for you to get more information on how to donate.
You should also look for an address for the Foodbank at your local store.
BBC Food says: If you’re worried about food supplies, there are a lot of ways you could help.
If you think someone you live with or know is in need of help, you could donate food, or buy food at a local shop, to the Food Bank or FFA.
If they are in a household that needs food, you might consider getting them a supply to eat.
You might also consider sharing a fridge or freezer.
You may also need to get them a food parcel, and get them to go to the supermarket and buy food.
“You could use the fridge or the freezer to store food, which will give you a supply and you won’t have to worry about buying food from the supermarket,” says the Food Information Centre.
“In many cases, the supermarket will take care of the rest.”
How to help if someone you care for is ill BBC News has put together a video on how you can give help to someone who is ill.
Here’s what you can expect: How do I know if someone is sick?
You should check the NHS website for any news on people in urgent need of care, including if they have a life-threatening illness or condition.
If there are signs they are ill, the NHS says you can get information on them.
You and your family or carers should get the information from your GP or health visitor.
If it’s your first visit to a GP, it may be necessary to see an Emergency Medicine practitioner.
If your GP says you need urgent medical care, they may ask you to stay with them.
The GP or the nurse or social worker may need to check you have had a fever, or your blood pressure, or to make you see a doctor.
They will check your pulse and see if you have a fever.
You must stay at the hospital overnight.
BBC Health: Is there a food shortage?
“There is a shortage of fresh food in some parts of the UK and it is becoming increasingly difficult for people to get enough food