Risk Assessment of the Food Supply Distribution Resilience during Covid-19 Pandemic
Risk analysis in the form of an early warning system aims to determine the level of threat to an ideal condition. This research succeeded in measuring the level of threat that arose during the covid-19 pandemic against food distribution resilience. This research is a qualitative study using in depth interviews, focus group discussion and document studies in collecting data. The analysis technique uses fishbone analysis to identify threat variables and cost-benefit analysis to measure the level of threat. The findings of this study shows that the level of threat to the resilience of food distribution during the covid-19 pandemic has reached 80 meaning that the threat has reached the medium-high risk category based on standard stipulated by Regulation of the State Financial Audit Agency. It is recommended that by knowing the level of threat to the resilience of food distribution, stakeholders can make a proper policy as an anticipatory measure.