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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Panic makes for higher ratings and increased revenue.



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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by Walleye Hunter View Post
    Article in the paper this AM reports that Clover Farms has their milk farmers dumping two days production down the drain as they are full to capacity. The one profiled in the article dumped said that he dumped some #40,000 of it.
    We're doing our part for the local dairy. Last two weekends we've bought 8 gallons and 9 gallons. I'll be going down again this weekend to buy more.
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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by McSull View Post
    Bring it on home. No more foreign aid.
    That's the answer. Nothing leaves here until 100% of US CITIZENS needs are met.

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    I dont put much stock in what CNBC or UN says. They should both move to another country like Commifornia, NY, NJ or MD. Nothing more than far leftist organizations trying to destroy America.

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Since the stores started putting a limit on purchase, the supply has increased.
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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    We're doing our part for the local dairy. Last two weekends we've bought 8 gallons and 9 gallons. I'll be going down again this weekend to buy more.
    Are you making cheese or something?

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Quote Originally Posted by Don Quixote View Post
    Are you making cheese or something?
    Nope, that's just a typical week's consumption.
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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Restaurant Depot....who only allowed restaurant managers in to shop has now opened its stores in NJ to the public.....also, COSTCO announced that they will permit only 2 people to enter on one membership card at a time per family...guess leave the kids and grandma at home.

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    I don't foresee food shortages, however the supply chain is going to take a hit until some things settle out.

    For instance, most people used to eat out more than they are now. So the demand for milk and cheese from restaurant suppliers will dry up, but the consumer demand will increase. So the local supermarket will either have to sell 20# blocks of cheese that used to go to Five Guys or there will be a shortage of consumer size cheese packs for a while.

    The local dairy may have been selling to a large amount of commercial suppliers and they aren't buying right now. I'm sure the grocery store producers are gearing up for demand and will be buying more milk real soon.

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    Default Re: Possible food shortage looms according to U.N.

    Is Hershey shutdown? They use a lot of milk. Shame it has to be dumped.
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