Analysis of the food supply of the country's population shows that food security problems arise due to the low level of economic development of the country, the lack of development of its own agricultural production, which is reflected in the low productivity of agricultural industries, the use of predominantly extensive factors in the management of the agro-industrial complex, the lag of productivity in the domestic agricultural sector from the same indicator in developed countries.?In order to address these problems and to ensure food security, agricultural production must be increased through the introduction of innovative technology, that international trade is well conducted and subsidies, subsidies and other government support measures are provided to producers in a timely manner. In the transition to a market economy, the purposeful installations have undergone significant changes.?The state serves as the basis for social stability and at the same time stability ensures the existence of the state. The interaction of elements in ensuring food security is determined and regulated by the market and the state through the production and processing of agricultural products, food consumption by the population, regulated by imports, exports and stocks, and formed by the conditions for food consumption according to consumption standards.