It seems like you’re simultaneously arguing that we have a surplus of food (dumping milk) and a shortage (people will starve). Which is it?

It’s supply chain inelasticity. You can’t just buy your way into a new supply chain with money, it takes retooling factories, reestablishing business relationships, and all sorts of other procedural things that people aren’t going to invest the time and millions of dollars into for a temporary condition.

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