The global food system has already been under multiple threats even before the outbreak of COVID-19. The epidemic has made the food system even more vulnerable. It has led many to rethink of the future global food system. The world has entered an era of complex risks with multiple crises coexisting,thus strengthening resilience of the global food system is crucial. This article first reviews the current state of global food and nutrition security. Then,the challenges brought by the coronavirus to global food and nutrition security are analyzed. Finally,the article proposes policy recommendations to strengthen the resilience of the future global food system.As of 2019,690 million people worldwide are suffering from hunger,2 billion people are unable to obtain safe,nutritious and adequate food,and 144 million children are stunted.The pandemic of the coronavirus has disrupted the world food supply chain and has caused severe damage to disadvantaged groups,and the number of hungry people has increased significantly. The future global food system should be efficient,high productive,low carbon,healthy and nutritious,resilient,sustainable and inclusive,in which “resilience” is important for coping with and recover from shocks like COVID-19. This article proposes several key recommendations in order to strengthen the resilience of the global agricultural and food system in the future including those in technology,policies,institutions,and trade.