Why Is No One Mentioning The Mass Food Shortage? Grocery Bill Increases The US Is Barreling Toward!

From the arrogance of the people who know best in their attempt to control things, do you think they will do better when Americans start paying enormous prices at the grocery store?

We are directed towards starvation.

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The elites are poking at the Russian bear and trying to get us into WW III, but in a way where they think no one would get hurt, we are now facing food shortages.

Monthly grocery costs would increase by $1000.

Crops need fertilizer, and through the mechanisms of globalism, where can we get our fertilizer? –Russia.

Fox’s Laura Ingraham stated that the world gets two-thirds of the supply from Russia.

Now they’re shutting down their fertilizer exports.

You know about that fire when it comes to food; those prices are up by 7% year-to-year as of January, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.


“We’re going to get hit on every front, on every expense possible,” Oklahoma farmer Ben Neal told Ingraham,

“From fertilizers to fuel to labor, insurance – everything in between [including] our packing supplies.”

Neal’s farm uses the farm-to-market business model, and he has direct fuel costs for transportation.

Every farmer now experiences the same thing, crops need to be transported to processors and final markets, there are rising fuel costs to power the trucks, trains, barges, and ships that make that happen. That’s only the harvest.

Now, there’s a problem of planning the crops in the first place, with the attendant fertilizer.

With the inflation, Neal predicts fertilizer will increase by 25 to 30%, “And I think that will soon be reflected at the grocery stores … on top of what we’re already seeing.”

“These fertilizer prices haven’t really affected the grocery store prices yet. They will start coming this summer,” according to Neal.

Farmers represent the bottom of the food-supply pecking order, subject to commodity pricing outside of their control.

Costs with the supply chain for processing, packaging, transporting, and distribution have their inflation problems, with increases in the prices beyond the 25-30% fertilizer cost increases Neal predicts for his farm.

We want to say that all other products’ costs will increase with the increase in fuel price.

With earlier generations, hunting and fishing may come to be about more than recreation and sport.

With food rationing in the Second World War, what did people do? They planted victory gardens.


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