Indiana’s growing agbioscience food sector has taken a huge financial hit during the pandemic. AgriNovus Indiana recently released a report showing aggregate losses cost Hoosier food producers roughly $500 million. The study was conducted by researchers at Purdue University. The report’s co-author, distinguished professor and head of the Department of Agricultural Economics Jayson Lusk offers perspective on what the numbers mean for Indiana food producers.

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