Climate Change Poses Food Distribution Risks, Experts Worry
* Bridges, roads could be washed away, hitting harvest transport
* "High degree of confidence" weather extremes linked to climate change
* Enough food, but problem is distribution - professor
By Environment Correspondent Alister Doyle
OSLO, Aug 15 (Reuters) - Downpours and heatwaves caused by climate change could disrupt food supplies from the fields to the supermarkets, raising the risk of more price spikes such as this year's leap triggered by drought in the United States.