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July 12, 2020

Things Are Going To Get Uglier Sooner Rather Than Later -  More Food Shortages Coming On Top Of Ongoing Supply Issues

(Reader Image from first round of food shortages)

By Susan Duclos - All News PipeLine

Whether one thinks of COVID-19 as "overhyped," or a hoax, or a bioweapon, or whatever they think of the pandemic itself,  there is absolutely no doubt that the reactions, or lack thereof, on the parts of many different people or organizations, caused a number of related issues that could have been avoided.

Such as the first round of food shortages we saw and documented with reader images for weeks upon weeks. The same can be said for hand sanitizers, gloves, masks, over-the-counter medications, and so on and so on.


Yesterday we pointed out that "It is not the pandemic that is stripping rights, it is the state leaders' handling of the pandemic" that is violated constitutionally guaranteed rights.

Let me take that statement further and highlight that almost all of what we are seeing, minus the infections and deaths, are the result of actions or inactions of different groups of people, not the pandemic itself.

For example: Had the media opened their eyes when Independent Media was warning the pandemic would cause a number of issues, unrelated to the pandemic, such as food shortages, and warned their huge audience to calmly stock up, start ordering foods online, build a nice little stockpile early and carefully.... then we would not have seen all those empty shelves from panic shopping.

People panicked because by the time the media finally got around to informing them how bad things could get, the window of opportunity to get the supplies needed for a lockdown was too small.

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(Reader Image from first round of food shortages)

Meat sections became decimated. Store shelves empty of products like toilet paper, cleaning supplies, cold medicines, masks, gloves, frozen foods, flour and other baking staples.

The media also could have prevented many infections and/or deaths, by acknowledging the severity of what was coming well before they did, encouraging gloves, masks, extra food, medications, etc... and without any "forced mandates," many would have taken responsible precautions all by themselves.

 The same can be said for the economic issues that the shutdowns of states ordered by Governors caused. Had precautions started being made when we first saw people in China dropping like flies and knew it would become a pandemic, then states would not had to have to shut down because they could have instead carefully prepared for what was coming.

They willfully kept their eyes closed until it was to late.

Now we have states setting up hotlines to snitch on people not wearing masks. We have businesses reopening with co-workers fighting over masks, cubicle barriers and Lysol.

The one silver lining is that many people were forced to learn to cook their own food, bake their own breads as the situation and the reactions to it, changed what and the way many people started eating.

According to Forbes:

• ‘Old-fashioned’ foods have become all the rage

• People have been baking

• Online food sales have skyrocketed

• People bought more, less frequently and at more unusual times

• People have bought longer-life products

• People have bought locally, consciously and focused on health

The change in the food supply chain has also led to more wasted food however.
As restaurants and bars shut, producers turned towards supermarkets to sell the entirety of fresh produce. However, the lack of established ways to transport and package goods has led to food waste.


Now we are seeing an increasing amount of chatter among news outlets and personalities regarding a "second wave," and warning of re-closing states, forcing more business closures of people that barely survived the last lockdown.

All this as WSJ reports that food workers are trying to keep up with demands "after initial lockdowns ate through inventories."
Manufacturers including General Mills Inc., Campbell Soup Co. and Conagra Brands Inc. say they are pumping out food as fast as they can, but can’t replenish inventories. Popular items such as flour, canned soup, pasta and rice remain in short supply.

Yes, those extra inventories to continue getting food to Americans, are depleted from the first set of economically disastrous state shutdowns and school and restaurant closures.

Remember, many ranchers were forced to euthanize, kill, livestock because it couldn't be processed because mass orders for schools and food service establishments were closed so could not keep ordering. Farmers were forced to destroy their own crops, pouring millions of gallons of milk away.

This means trying to  re-stock those inventories, even without more lockdowns, isn't possible because the initial crops and livestock are gone.

Now consider the fact that there are grocery stores and others that are still limiting the sales of certain products, including meats, from the last set of lockdowns.

A search on Sunday, July 12, 2020, at Kroger for beef products gives me the following message:
No results

Please note that due to high demand, we temporarily have limited inventory on various items. We appreciate your patience as we work to restock.

The same message for Chicken and Pork and Ham.

Other online stores and physical establishments are putting limits on a number of goods as well, we just used Kroger as an example.

On July 9, 2020, VICE put out a 10 minute-plus short documentary regarding the ongoing losses being seen in the food industry, specifically that farmers and ranchers are still having to destroy their own crops and livestock.

Related: 6 Packaged Food Stocks to Snap Up as Coronavirus Cases Spurt

Meat and some produce prices are also expected to continue rising.

With stores still limiting meats and other household items, like cleaning supplies, how long before those "limited" meats supplies become completely emptied meat counters, as seen from the first round of shortages..... or even worse since they are already short on supply and their inventories are already depleted.

The worst is yet to come.


Food manufacturers, processors, and grocery outlets, have not recovered from the initial lock downs and overreactions from state leaders, and they may never fully recover.

Below the last video will be the list of foods still available for delivery. Resupply what has been used, or top off your current supplies, because another round of food shortages is going to be very, very ugly.

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Harris Robinette Natural 100% Grass Fed Ground Beef - Hamburger Meat, Ground Meat - Made in the USA - 10 Pack

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

32 Classic Steakburgers, 4.5 oz each from Kansas City Steaks

Augason Farms Dried Whole Egg Powder

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

Amazon Search 'Flour'

Non-Food Items:

Tork Universal TM1616S Bath Tissue Roll, 2-Ply, 4" Width x 3.75" Length, White (Case of 96 Rolls, 500 per Roll, 48,000 Sheets)

Amazon Brand - Solimo 2-Ply Toilet Paper, 350 Sheets per Roll, 30 Count

Angel Soft Professional Series Premium 2-Ply Embossed Toilet Paper by GP PRO (Georgia-Pacific), 16880, 450 Sheets Per Roll, 80 Rolls Per Case

Kleenex Professional Facial Tissue for Business (03076), Flat Tissue Boxes, 12 Boxes / Convenience Case, 125 Tissues / Box

Sparkle 2-Ply Perforated Roll Paper Towels by GP PRO (Georgia-Pacific), White, 2717714, 85 Sheets Per Roll, 15 Rolls Per Case

Scott Essential Multifold Paper Towels (01804) with Fast-Drying Absorbency Pockets, White, 16 Packs / Case, 250 Multifold Towels / Pack

PLENTY Ultra Premium Full Sheet Paper Towels, White, 15 Total Rolls

Basic Care Acetaminophen Extended-Release Tablets, 650 mg, Arthritis Pain, 400 Count

Kirkland Signature Extra Strength Acetaminophen 500MG Caplets (1000 Count)

Kirkland Signature Acid Controller 20mg, 250 Count Tablets

All Natural Acid Indigestion Relief 6 fl oz

Pepcid AC Maximum Strength with 20 mg Famotidine for All-Day Heartburn Prevention & Relief, 50 ct.

Pepcid Complete Acid Reducer + Antacid Chewable Tablets for Heartburn Relief, Berry Flavor, 50 ct.

Performacide Hospital & Home Disinfectant- for Influenza-A, Rhinovirus, MRSA, Staph - Just Add Water - No Rinse, No Wipe, No Residue - EPA Registered - Makes 3 Gallons

Windex Economy Size Antibacterial Multi-Surface Cleaner, 32 oz-2 pack

Caresour Advanced 75% Alcohol Sanitizing Wipes, 4 Packs of 50 (200 Wipes)

Care Touch Alcohol-Free Hand Sanitizing Wipes (5 Pouches) | 100 Antibacterial Hand Wipes Wipes with Vitamin E + Aloe Vera | for Babies and Adults

CaviWipes - Cavicide Germacidal Cleaner Wipes 160 ct

Sun Wave Hand Sanitizer - Half Gallon Refill - 70% Alcohol Formula - Non-Irritating, Non-Drying with Aloe, Made in USA, Kids Safe - Large Bulk 64OZ

70% Alcohol Hand Sanitizer GEL With Aloe Vera - 1 Half Gallon Refill by Nature's Oils

Hand Sanitizer Gel (24 Pack - 2oz Bottle) - 75% Alcohol - Kills 99.99% of Germs - Scent Free Antibacterial Gel with Vitamin E & Aloe for Moisturizing in Mini 2 Ounce Bottles

Mrs. Meyer's Clean Day Liquid Hand Soap, Cruelty Free and Biodegradable Formula, Honeysuckle Scent, 12.5 oz- Pack of 3

Everyone Hand Soap: Meyer Lemon and Mandarin, 12.75 Ounce, 3 Count

SWAN 3% Hydrogen Peroxide Topical Solution First Aid Antiseptic, 32 Fluid Ounce (Pack of 12), 384 Fl Oz

Hydrogen Peroxide Topical Solution, 32 Ounce (3 Pack)

gotparts747 Isopropyl Alcohol 99.5% - 4 Liters

70% Isopropyl Alcohol (1 gal.) (1 Bottle) - AB-266-6-71

Don't Forget Your Dog & Cat

HAPPY HOWIE Natural Gourmet Meat Rolls Bundle Packs (Beef-Turkey-Lamb)

Purina Fancy Feast in Gravy Adult Canned Wet Cat Food

[Editors Note] If any product above sells out, please contact ANP so I can remove it from the list.

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