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January 16, 2021

An Alarming Look At What's Coming To America In 2021: With Soaring Food Prices And Another Round Of Shortages Expected, The MSM Is Now Heavily Pushing An 'Eat Worms' Narrative

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

Cost of food in the United States increased 3.90 percent in December of 2020 over the same month in the previous year, and while that doesn't sound overly cumbersome per family, families are expected to spend approximately $695 per year more in groceries in 2021.

That is nearly $58 more each month in 2021 than those same families spent before the COVID-19 panic hit and food shortages began, and hundreds of thousands saw their jobs in their rear-view mirrors after states decided to deem certain businesses "non-essential," and forced them to close down.

This year’s report forecasts meat and vegetables to jump by as much as 6.5%. Bakery is predicted to increase by as much as 5.5%.

Families can expect to add $695 to their overall food bill this coming year.


Other key predictions in the report include price increases of 2 to 4 per cent for fruit, 1.5 to 3.5 per cent for seafood and 1 to 3 per cent for dairy, and an overall increase in restaurant prices of 3 to 5 per cent.

That is the jump expected in 2021, but that follows a massive increase for consumers from early 2020 to the end of 2020, as the chart below shows.


Sometimes a million written words cannot make the point as well as a visual, and as seen above, the spike was in conjunction with the COVID lockdowns.

Those numbers are confirmed by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index summary, which lists food, at home and away from home, having seen a 3.9% increase.

Related: COVID economy: Meat, poultry, fish, eggs, dairy prices skyrocket, gasoline costs plunge

Furthermore, the previous food shortages, despite retailers limiting the purchase of certain items, along with the expected future shortages as demand surges and supply stagnates, and food insecurity is going to be a severe problem for the foreseeable future.

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Along with the news of skyrocketing food prices and another round of food shortages, establishment media is pushing the "eat insects" or "eat worms" narratives, with the Europe now declaring "mealworms" are a safe source of human food.

The Daily Mail:

Good news for those with the insect-eating bug, for mealworms are to become the first creepy-crawly to be approved in Europe as a safe source of food for humans.

The decision — announced today by the European Food Safety Agency — paves the way for the crunchy yellow grubs to be eaten whole, dried or even to make flour. 

Despite their name, mealworms are beetle larvae, rather than worms, and are already used in Europe as an ingredient in pet foods.

Already used in pet foods.... that pretty much sums up what the citizens of the country are to the "powers that be,".... pets.

Associated Press

Thus, the European Union has now thrown its weight behind worms in much the same way the United Nations has. The U.N.’s Food and Agriculture Organization in 2013 championed edible bugs as a low-fat, high-protein food for people, pets and livestock that are good for the environment and help feed the hungry.

This was also covered by Wall Street Journal and other major news outlets, showing that there is a definite push by the national and global media to program the populace into accepting bugs and insects as part of the regular food chain for human beings.

Granted, in other nations and even in parts of the U.S., some "bugs" are considered a delicacy, but it is likely that the overwhelming majority of  Americans do not see insects, worms, bugs, whatever you call them, as a regular source of protein or nutrition.

The most logical reason for them to push this "eat bugs" narrative so hard and so fast, would be the expected upcoming shortages.

We see many assertions that "this time," the shortages will be less severe, "this time," stores are better prepared, "this time" will be different.

Excuse my use of the term BULL CRAP.

Store stocks have not full recovered from the last round of shortages, as products are being lumped into smaller spaces to appear as if fully stocked. 

Companies have suspended making certain varieties of products to mass produce the items a little more popular because they do not have the means to produce the amount of options previously available.



The causes for the initial shortages were clear. First the year before many crops suffered from massive floods, preventing farmers from planting crops until late in the season, as well as ranchers losing livestock due to the same weather events.

Then the early freeze occurred and that limited the harvests even more.

Then came 2020, and the lockdowns, where schools, restaurants and other services that provide meals, were forced to close as being "non-essential." Without the demand of those businesses, ranchers were forced to destroy their own livestock, by the millions collectively, as farmers destroyed their own crops.

Now it is 2021, some businesses have reopened, some demand has returned, and supply chains have been altered to adjust to getting food to consumers, minus the middlemen in some cases.

Just as store shelves are at least not emptying as fast as they can stock them, we now have a new administration incoming that has blatantly stated they plan for nationwide lockdowns, which include business closures, and will start the merry-go-round all over again.

Not only do we expect the shortages to be start again, and be worse than the previous ones due to the lack of time to get the food supply chain back to what it was, but we will see more unemployment, more food insecurity, more families forced to go to food banks or free food giveaways, with less food in the supply chain.

The point here is preparation was important in 2020, but is critical in 2021, because we will not have an administration trying to reopen the country, but rather an administration with plans to further close the nation down.

Below the article and video, we are listing more food items from our newly updated Still/Back in stock page, to prepare for what is coming...again.


We're expecting 2021 will be worse than 2020, in a number of ways, but food is always key to survival, so time to top off your supplies and/or restock anything used over the months.

 If you wait until the food shortages hit hard again, it will be too late to start to stock up because as we saw the last time, even emergency survival food companies were forced to limit orders, and purchases were delayed weeks and in some cases, months.

Batten down your hatches folks, prepare to survive, because 2021 is already looking ugly and it just began.


UPDATED 1/14/2021 - Still Or Back In Stock

New items added and currently unavailable items replaced on 1/14/2021.


Porter & York, Aged Prime Beef Filet Mignon 8oz 4-pack

Porter & York - Whole Chickens 6-pack

Kansas City Sampler Steak Set - 2 Filet Mignon and 2 Strip Steaks

Chicago Steak Meal Set Includes Savory Ribeye, Top Sirloin Steak, Angus Steak Burgers, & Lemon Herb Chicken Breasts

Maine Lobster Now - 2 Pounds Fresh Maine Lobster Meat

Aged Angus Filet Mignon Top Sirloin NY Strip Ribeye and Premium Ground Beef by Nebraska Star Beef - All Natural Hand Cut and Trimmed - Steak Gift Packages Delivered to Your Door

Bison Burgers & Steaks Combo Pack: 100% All-Natural, Grass-Fed and Grain Finished North American Bison Meat with no Growth Hormones or Antibiotics - USDA Tested - 14 Piece of Tender, Flavorful Meat

H.F.'s Outstanding All Natural Skinless Boneless Chicken Breast, 40 Ounce

Porter & York, Prime Beef Bone In Ribeye Steaks 20oz 4-pack

Porter & York Brand Meats - Prime Beef Boneless Ribeye Steak 16oz 4-pack

T-Bone Steaks, 6 count 16 oz each from Kansas City Steaks

Angus Wagyu Ground Beef Patties By Nebraska Star Beef - The Ultra Premium Package for Family Grilling Events

Freeze Dried Foods:

Wise Company Long Term Emergency Freeze-Dried Food Supply, Breakfast and Entree Variety

MRE Meals - 124-Serving Freeze Dried Emergency Food Supply

Long Term Dehydrated Food Storage - 120 Large Entree Servings - 29 Lbs- Disaster Prepper Freeze Dried Supply Kit

Wise Company ReadyWise, Emergency Food Supply, Emergency Freeze Dried Fruit Bucket, 120 Servings

Wise Company Emergency Food Supply, Freeze Dried Meat Variety, 15-Year Shelf Life, 60 Servings

Wise Company Emergency Food Supply, Variety Pack, 25-Year Shelf Life, 104 Servings

Wise Company ReadyWise, Emergency Food Supply, Freeze Dried Vegetables, 120 Servings

Mountain House Classic Bucket | Freeze Dried Backpacking & Camping Food | 24 Servings

Mountain House Diced Beef #10 Can Freeze Dried Food - 6 Cans Per Case

Mountain House Cooked Diced Chicken #10 Can

Augason Farms Lunch and Dinner Variety Pail Emergency Food Supply 4-Gallon Pail

Augason Farms Breakfast Emergency Food Supply 11 lbs 1.8 oz 4 Gallon Pail

Fruit pails or buckets shipping now for 2 to 3 weeks, so might want to
pick individual cans/packets HERE.

PB2 Original Powdered Peanut Butter - [2 Lb/32oz Jar]

Augason Farms Vegetable Stew Blend 2 lbs 0.5 oz No. 10 Can

It's Just - Whole Egg Protein Powder, Made in USA, Non-GMO (8oz)

Augason Farms 5-90158 Scrambled Egg Mix, 2 lbs, 4 oz. No. 10 Can

Augason Farms Dried Whole Egg Product 2 lbs 1 oz No. 10 Can

Hoosier Hill Farm All American Dairy Whole Milk Powder 1 lb

Hoosier Hill Farm Heavy Cream Powder Jar, 1 Pound

Hoosier Hill Farm Real Butter powder, Gluten and, 2 lbs

Augason Farms Dehydrated Chopped Onions 1 lb 7 oz No. 10 Can

Nutristore Freeze Dried Mozzarella Cheese Shredded Premium Quality

Amazon Search 'Flour'

Canned/Packaged Goods:

Wellsley Farms White Premium Chunk Chicken Breast in Water, 12.5 Ounce, 6 Count

Keystone Meats All Natural Canned Chicken, 28 Ounce by Keystone Meats

Swanson Chicken á la King Made with White and Dark Meat Chicken, 10.5 Ounce Can (Pack of 12)

Dinty Moore Beef Stew with Fresh Potatoes & Carrots 20 oz (Pack of 12)

Armour Star Classic Homestyle Beef Stew, 20 oz. (Pack of 12)

Keystone Meats All Natural Canned Beef, 28 Ounce

SAMPCO Shredded Beef 3lb.

Kirkland Signature Chicken Breast (Chicken Breast -6 Count)

Keystone Meats All Natural Canned Pork, 28 Ounce

Armour Star Roast Beef With Gravy, 12 oz.

Armour Star Banner Sausage, Easy Open Can, 10.5 oz. (Pack of 12)

Wild Planet Skipjack Wild Tuna, Sea Salt, Keto and Paleo, 3rd Party Mercury Tested, 5 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Armour Star Luncheon Meat, 12 oz. (Pack of 12)

Canned Vegetables Variety Of Options

Canned Fruits Variety Of Options




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