With the continued increases in prices from everything from gas to food and almost every product in between, along with the shortages of food, labor, and other retail items, with terminations of "non-vaxxed" employees causing even more shortages and price hikes, many families in America will be hard-pressed to keep their families fed as 2022 is expected to see all the aforementioned issues get worse, not better.
The Biden regime, along with the media are on a brainwashing campaign to convince Americans that what they are seeing is an economic "boom," rather than watching this great beloved nation crumbling before our eyes.
For a second, or a blink of an eye, the media actually and reluctantly acknowledged the economy failing, and then the Biden regime sent out their little soldiers to give the media their talking points, to which the MSM collectively saluted and march off to do Biden's bidding.
BEFORE THE BIDEN REGIME GAVE MEDIA THEIR MARCHING ORDERS
Before all those Biden staffers' talks with large liberal media outlets, the headlines were at least showing Americans a glimpse of what was happening, which would give their audience a chance to prepare for the pain coming, as shown below.
CBS, November 23, 2021: As inflation jumps, here's a look at how much more Americans are paying for food and fuel
For those having a hard time reading the actual report because of the size text, here is the actual report.
White House quietly tries to reshape economic coverage
The White House, not happy with the news media's coverage of the supply chain and economy, has been working behind the scenes trying to reshape coverage in its favor. Senior White House and admin officials — including NEC Deputy Directors David Kamin and Bharat Ramamurti, along with Ports Envoy John Porcari — have been briefing major newsrooms over the past week, a source tells me.
The officials have been discussing with newsrooms trends pertaining to job creation, economic growth, supply chains, and more. The basic argument that has been made: That the country's economy is in much better shape than it was last year. I'm told the conversations have been productive, with anchors and reporters and producers getting to talk with the officials...
THE BOOM THAT ISN'T......
Right after being given their marching orders, liberal media establishments went straight to work like good little Democrat soldiers, as just a small sample of headlines below shows.
Bloomberg: "Supply-Chain Hell Ignites EconomicBoom Along U.S.-Mexico Border"
CNBC: Cramer sees potential for new roaring 20s-type economicboom as Covid concerns recede
CCDigital: Get ready for a historicboom in the freight industry: Top economist
That is just a small sample, although the New York Times took the propaganda to a whole new level, and said Biden sees a boom, but we the people are "more concerned about rising prices," and COVID, than we are the non-existent "Boomage" they are all trying to sell us.
We just can't see it, the barbarians that we are.
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A global shortage of nitrogen fertilizer is driving prices to record levels, prompting North America’s farmers to delay purchases and raising the risk of a spring scramble to apply the crop nutrient before planting season, according to a report by The Guardian.
Farmers apply nitrogen to boost yields of corn, canola and wheat, and higher fertilizer costs could translate into higher meat and bread prices. World food prices hit a 10-year high in October, according to the UN food agency, led by increases in cereal crops and vegetable oils.
In the US, nitrogen fertilizer supplies are adequate for applications before winter, said Daren Coppock, CEO at the US-based Agricultural Retailers Association. But with prices so high, some farmers are delaying purchases, risking a scramble for supplies during their busiest time of year, Coppock said.
Global nitrogen fertilizer sales were worth $53bn in 2020, and prices are at least 80% higher so far this year, according to Argus Media.
Many companies and manufacturers are trying to delay the price hikes until the beginning of the new year, so we'll highly recommend stocking up on the items in bold.
Products today makes baking breads very easy, and recipes are all over online, and a good book on making bread, along with a bread machine, could end up being far less expensive in the long run.
Meats & Vegetables: As of late it has been more cost effective to buy freeze dried meats, where a handful can be tossed into soups, salads, stews or sauces, than to get fresh meats. The same goes for vegetables, given how rocky the supplies for farmers have gotten, it appears 2022 may be rougher than it has been in 2021.
This year has proven to be a wild ride for chicken lovers. The ongoing chicken sandwich wars are far from over, with more fast-food chains introducing their takes on the ever-popular meal. Meanwhile, Costco and other grocery stores have faced shortages of items like chicken nuggets amid heightened demand and widespread supply chain problems hastened by the pandemic.
"Americans are expected to eat 100 pounds of chicken per person this year," NBC News' Kerry Sanders reported on the Dec. 2 broadcast of The Today Show. "Tenders require more processing to package and sell, which industry experts say is part of the reason why they can be harder to find and now more costly when you get them in your local market."
Value packs of tenders cost an average of $3.99 a pound right now, which represents an increase of almost $1 from last year, according to Sanders' report.
This is by no means an xhaustive elist of products that consumers can expect either severe price hikes on or depleted supply of, but they are the items that industry insiders are warning about.
With so little time between Christmas and the beginning of 2022, when many companies have said they will be raising their prices again, there is not a lot of time to stock up, top off, or increase your supply so you won't be paying the higher prices in 2022, or worse, won't be able to find the products you want and need.
At approximately the 1:33 minute mark below the videographer offers a look at the shortages and depleted shelves in his local store.
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