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Articles for some time have been appearing in the news that speak of a food shortage in 2022.
Find out here about 2022 possible food shortages.
As cited in the article: “Shortages may depend on where you buy your groceries as there are regional differences in supply,” Josh Brazil, VP of Supply Insights at project44, a supply chain visibility solution, says. ‘That means some of you may be lucky enough to not have any food shortages at all!'”
Speaking to reporters at NATO headquarters in Brussels in March of this year, President Joe Biden warned Americans a food shortage is coming.
Citing the war being waged by Russia and Ukraine, in addition to sanctions imposed by the west, Biden said warnings about fertilizer and wheat scarcity are real.
U.S. processing plant fires
Recently, as many as 20 plus US food processing plants that are headquarters of food processing companies have been damaged or destroyed, but that isn’t anything our government is concerning themselves with at this time.
On April 4, 2022 Tucker Carlson reported about the odd coincidence of multiple food processing plants burning down.