Retailers to raise prices for thousands of food products in 2022

With the inflation crisis expected to persist well into 2022, multiple large retailers have already announced their plans to raise their prices next year. Earlier this month, Mondelez CEO Dirk Van de Put said that the company’s most popular products like Oreo cookies, Ritz crackers and Sour Patch Kids will be more expensive next year. “We, at the … Continue reading Retailers to raise prices for thousands of food products in 2022

Global food production teeters on the brink due to widespread fertilizer shortages

Under the banner of fighting the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19), corporations all around the world have stopped producing fertilizer, which is of course needed to grow food. Record prices for fertilizer due to fiat-driven inflation combined with dwindling supplies of existing fertilizer have created a dire situation in which global starvation could very soon become a reality. According … Continue reading Global food production teeters on the brink due to widespread fertilizer shortages

Food inflation in the US about to reach a tipping point

Food inflation in the United States is reaching a tipping point. If the prices of food in groceries go up any further, industry executives warn that consumer spending habits may change. Throughout the year, American consumers have accepted the growing costs of basic food items at supermarkets and groceries. But companies that make many of the now more-costly … Continue reading Food inflation in the US about to reach a tipping point

If you thought the worker shortage was bad now, just wait: Over HALF of US employers plan to push vaccine mandates, resulting in mass DEATH of U.S. workers

A new survey has found that at least half of America’s employers are planning to try to force their employees to get “vaccinated” for the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19). As if the worker shortage was not already devastating the supply chain, corporate America now wants to try to strong-arm the plantation slaves into taking experimental injections in order … Continue reading If you thought the worker shortage was bad now, just wait: Over HALF of US employers plan to push vaccine mandates, resulting in mass DEATH of U.S. workers

Biden’s vax mandate could collapse trucking supply lines, leading to instant shortages of food, fuel and medicines

The Joe Biden regime continues to threaten the health, livelihood and freedom of Americans. Biden’s seditious vaccine mandates could collapse the trucking industry and threaten supply lines across the Nation. Approximately 3.5 million truckers have been traveling the nation since the beginning of the covid-19 scandal, shipping valuable food, construction, agricultural and medical supplies. Just a year … Continue reading Biden’s vax mandate could collapse trucking supply lines, leading to instant shortages of food, fuel and medicines

Collapse imminent? Food suppliers admit they can’t keep store shelves stocked amid supply chain disruptions, worker shortages

Our lords and masters have squeezed every ounce of tyranny they can out of the COVID-19 pandemic and now they’re exploiting it further to squeeze the remaining ‘malcontents’ in our society — mostly white, Midwestern, conservative, Trump supporters — into line by disrupting our livelihoods. Food suppliers are now warning anew that they are having … Continue reading Collapse imminent? Food suppliers admit they can’t keep store shelves stocked amid supply chain disruptions, worker shortages

Coronavirus outbreak in Taiwan threatens to worsen global semiconductor shortage

In the midst of an ongoing semiconductor shortage, the spread of the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) into Taiwan’s electronic factories is threatening to delay chip shipments even further. The country, home to a number of the world’s largest semiconductor manufacturers, is suffering from its first large outbreak of COVID-19. This has come against a backdrop of escalating … Continue reading Coronavirus outbreak in Taiwan threatens to worsen global semiconductor shortage

Food prices skyrocketing on soaring agriculture futures as prices for lumber, gas and other commodities climb amid lingering pandemic

In recent months, tens of millions of Americans have noticed another fallout from the seemingly never-ending COVID-19 pandemic: Higher prices for the goods they purchase most often, including food. Now for the really bad news: Things aren’t likely to improve anytime soon and in fact are probably going to get worse. That is especially true for … Continue reading Food prices skyrocketing on soaring agriculture futures as prices for lumber, gas and other commodities climb amid lingering pandemic

Rabobank says “biblical” surge in food prices soon to come

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) says the United States is on track to maintain its current stocks of food based on an expectation of maximum acreage planted and healthy yields. However, Rabobank writers Michael Every and Michael Magdovitz disagree, warning that a crisis of “biblical” proportions could be on the way. Food and feed prices have increased … Continue reading Rabobank says “biblical” surge in food prices soon to come

Food prices will climb in 2021 as inflation accelerates

It was supposed to be 14 days, to flatten the curve. But now, nearly a year has passed since state governments first imposed economic controls and travel restrictions on small businesses and “non-essential” people. The repercussions of lock downs, medical tyranny and perpetual spending packages continue to have a ripple effect on the current economic … Continue reading Food prices will climb in 2021 as inflation accelerates