A couple of weeks ago Prez Biden told us about upcoming food shortages and he quickly delivered on that promise.
The impact on locals . . .
PREZ BIDEN'S ADMINISTRATION NOW OWNS WORSENING FEARS CONFRONTING THE US FOOD SUPPLY!!!
The last time locals really witnessed food scarcity was during the dust bowl era nearly a century ago.
So far we haven't noticed local waistlines shrinking but here's a peek at the political impact . . .
- It'll be hard to blame this one on Prez Trump. Currently mainstream media is directing ire at a chicken virus and Russia. Future animosity can be targeted at Vlad & the Russkies over the dwindling fertilizer supply.
- Food fear is already taking meat off the table for many Americans. This fact of life doesn't seem to be drawing much sympathy from our veggie and vegan friends.
- There's no sign of relief. So neither the White House for local politicos have shown any willingness to talk about hardships for the middle-class. Instead, for better and worse, many Americans are looking at smaller portions for Easter dinner and BBQ season.
A bit of data about the dilemma . . .
"The University of Missouri’s Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute is projecting a trip to the grocery store will cost 5% more in 2022 compared to last year."
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Food prices will be a lot higher this year, according to a new study of the agriculture and food industry. According to the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, a think tank at the University of Missouri, food prices will be at least 5% higher in 2022 compared to last year.
Related reading . . .
Egg and poultry prices are likely to climb even higher as an outbreak of avian influenza is responsible for the deaths of more than 22 million birds in the U.S. this year.
Jessica Dinglasan, owner of Long Beach Fish Grill in Long Beach, California,never used to write "market price" on her menu. But now the halibut fish she sources costs more than $30 a pound, nearly double what it was a year ago, and the 13-gallon container of canola oil she buys for French fries and crispy fish has jumped from $19 to $42.
After a trip to the grocery store, it's no surprise that food prices have risen. But according to new data, food prices may be higher than they've ever been.
Developing . . .