In the recent decades, the question of whether countries should be more self-sufficient food supply and import less or not has been receiving a great deal of public attention. Although this suggestion is the pathway to sustainable development, but it is not always the case for every nation.

Becoming self-sufficient food supply brings numerous merits for the society. First, in order to maintain national food security, producing adequate food source independently from other countries should be the top priority. For example, populous countries can face starvation if the government is unable to serve enough food for high population, which can threaten national security. Second, if nations can produce food for themselves, they can also improve the quality of life for their citizens. This means that, domestic production may provide fresher food with lower price because of reducing transportation cost and import tax, which citizens can adapt easier, especially for the poor.

There are a number of reasons why countries may not be able to import as less food as possible. First, since it seems impossible for some countries to provide enough food for their population, they must import a thousand tons of food from others, like China, the U.S, India, Brazil, to ensure food security every year. In fact, in developed countries, fewer and fewer people are choosing farming as an occupation, which results in shortage of domestic supply. Moreover, even India, one of top 5 food exporters of the world, has experienced the high hunger percentage every year due to rapid population growth. Second, thanks to importing activities, consumers from different countries are offered more choices with better quality. This means that people are able to enjoy different kinds of specialties from others and this trend will encourage healthy competition between local and foreign suppliers, which results in improving food quality.

In conclusion, this suggestion is quite attractive to ensure sustainable development by enhance food security and keep food price down. Governments can make the best solution by considering all the conditions of their countries.

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In the recent decades, the question of whether countries should be more self-sufficient food supply (Incorrect usage. A country is not a food supply.) and import less or not has been receiving a great deal of public attention. (I don't think that is true. The public attention is focused on the corona virus. You can make up things for these essays, but please don't be obviously wrong. ) Although this suggestion is the pathway to sustainable development, (I do not think this is a phrase that relate to the topic. Sustainable development is growing the country's economy in such a way that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.) but it is not always the case for every nation. (I don't know if you are answering the essay topic adequately, because you did not post the instructions with the essay.)


Becoming self-sufficient food supply (incorrect usage. A society is not a food supply. ) brings numerous benefits merits (wrong word.) for the society. First, in order to maintain national food security, producing adequate food source (incorrect usage. We do not produce a food source; we produce food.) independently from other countries should be the top priority. For example, populous countries can face starvation if the government is unable to serve (Wrong word. Mother serves dinner - she put is on the table for the family. ) enough food for high population, which can threaten national security. Second, if nations can produce food for themselves, they can also improve the quality of life for their citizens. This means that, (no comma) domestic production may provide fresher food with a lower price because of reducing reduced transportation cost and import taxes, which citizens can adapt easier, (Incorrect usage. I do not understand this part.) especially for the poor.

There are a number of reasons why countries may not be able to import as less food as (Incorrect usage. ) possible. First, since it seems impossible for some countries to provide enough food for their population, they must import a thousand tons of food from other nations, like China, the U.S, India, Brazil, to ensure food security every year. In fact, in developed countries, fewer and fewer people are choosing farming as an occupation, which results in a shortage of domestic supply. Moreover, even India, one of top 5 five food exporters of the world, has a high percentage of people who go hungry every day experienced the high hunger percentage (Incorrect usage. ) every year due to rapid population growth. Second, thanks to importing activities, consumers from different countries are offered more choices with better quality. This means that people are able to enjoy different kinds of specialties from other regions and this trend (wrong word) will encourage healthy competition between local and foreign suppliers, which results in improving food quality.

In conclusion, this suggestion is quite attractive to ensure sustainable development by ensuring enhance food security and keeping food prices down. Governments can make the best solution by considering all the conditions of their countries. (I don't know if you are answering the essay topic adequately, because you did not post the instructions with the essay.)

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Topic: People think that countries should produce the food their population eats and import less food as much as possible. To what extent do you agree or disagree?

Essay:

The idea that food consumed by citizens should be provided by domestic production and imported as little as possible remains a source of controversy. In my opinion, nations should produce adequate food for their population, I also agree that many countries might depend heavily on import food.

On the one hand, developing domestic production to provide enough food brings numerous benefits for the society. First, in order to maintain national food security, producing enough food independently from other countries should be the top priority. For example, populous countries can face starvation if the government is unable to supply enough food, which can threaten national security. Second, if nations can produce food for themselves, they can also improve the quality of life for their citizens. This means that domestic production may provide fresher food with a lower price because of reduced transportation cost and import tax, which citizens can afford easier, especially for the poor.

On the other hand, there are a number of reasons why countries may not be able to import food as little as possible. First, since it seems impossible for some countries to develop domestic production, they must import a thousand tons of food from others, like China, the U.S, India, Brazil, to ensure food security every year. In fact, in developed countries, fewer and fewer people are choosing farming as an occupation, which results in a shortage of domestic supply. Moreover, even India, one of top five food exporters of the world, has a high percentage of people who go hungry every day due to rapid population growth. Second, thanks to importing activities, consumers from different countries are offered more choices with better quality. This means that people are able to enjoy different kinds of specialties from other regions and this will encourage healthy competition between local and foreign suppliers, which results in improving food quality.

In conclusion, I recognize that this suggestion is quite attractive to enhance countries food security as well as keep food price down. I would argue that in many countries importing food seems be the best option.

An Lê Kim HoàiThe idea that food consumed by citizens should be provided by domestic production and imported as little as possible remains a source of controversy.

That is not a true statement. It puts the reader on guard for other fake things that you write in your essay. Do not write "debate" "controversy" or "dispute" in essay topics unless it is mentioned in the instructions..

This essay is not about a controversy, or a debate. It is just asking your opinion on a subject.

An Lê Kim Hoàior their population, (1 ) I also agree that many countries (2 ) might depend heavily on import food.

1. The comma makes the sentence ungrammatical. The comma is wrong.

This is an error called a comma splice.

2. That does not answer the topic question. Do not write extra words (off-topic) in your thesis statement.


You need to improve your opening paragraph.

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2) Focus on the topic question.
3) Use correct punctuation and grammar.

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