AgriNovus Indiana, a non-profit initiative focused on growing Indiana’s agbioscience economy, released a new study that found aggregate losses from the global pandemic cost Indiana food producers an estimated $500 million and revealed a fragile food supply chain.

Developed in partnership with researchers at Purdue University and Ernst & Young, the research report, “Resilience through Disruption” provides a comprehensive analysis of Indiana’s food supply chain, features insights from Indiana producers and makes five recommendations to reduce fragility of the state’s food supply chain.