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The supply chain refers to processes that move information and material to and from the manufacturing and services processes of a firm. An astounding number of firms form a food supply chain. The article Voices From the Front Lines of America's Food Supply shares the stories of eleven workers at various touch points in the supply chain. Although they all work in the food industry, their roles and responsibilities are very different. As you read their profiles, think about how the coronavirus pandemic changed how they worked to meet customer demand for food.