Land Grabbing Land grabbing has been one of the most debatable issues in the recent past. It is the issue regarding economically significant transactions of buying or leasing of significantly large areas of land in countries with relatively weak economies. Such transactions are mostly carried out by multinational entities. The land bought through such transactions is then used by the companies to produce food products for the purpose of export and the production of biofuels. Land grabbing is a contentious issue because economically strong countries are exploiting underdeveloped countries in order to meet the demand for food products in their local markets. Economically developed countries mostly depend upon their industrial infrastructure for the running of their economy; however most of such countries are poor at food production. On the other hand, most of the underdeveloped countries depend upon their agricultural system and they have fertile land that is good for food production.