And all was becoming a little too 1984 for your ‘taste’, then you may want to begin worrying about 2022.
Producers warn America is facing a ‘traditional protein’ shortage in Coronavirus era and that alternative sources may need to be used.
Breitbart–Toilet paper was the first product to disappear from retailers’ shelves at the start of the coronavirus outbreak in the United States, but the nation’s meat and poultry producers warn the strain on the supply chain could result in shortages and cost increases.
“The food supply chain is breaking,” John Tyson, chairman of Tyson Foods Inc., the largest U.S. meat producer, wrote in a blog posted on the company’s website:
This means one thing – the food supply chain is vulnerable. As pork, beef and chicken plants are being forced to close, even for short periods of time, millions of pounds of meat will disappear from the supply chain.
**/sarc ‘n /snark
AOC Democratic Approved ‘Burger’, ‘Chips’, and ‘Cola’.
AOC And The Democrats Give New Meaning To The Food Pyramid.
AOC’s Bizarre Town Hall Inadvertently Launches New Chic-fil-A Ad Spoof.
“But we’re not going to be here much long because of the climate crisis,” the woman blurted. “We got to start eating babies,” she abruptly declared, taking off her jacket to display a T-shirt that read: “Save the planet. Eat the children.”
…the lawmaker (AOC) said: “One of the things that’s very important to us is that we need to treat the climate crisis with the urgency that it does present. Luckily, we have more than a few months.”
A few more months? What? To test recipes?
Breitbart reports this grisly story, “Washington State Bill Proposes ‘Composting’ of Human Corpses.” Eeewww!! Why do I shudder at thought of taking a drive in the country and stopping for some home grown veggies at “Granny’s Garden Stand” or “Pop-Paw’s Potato Patch”. Or how about your neighbor’s potted plants…. Is there a reason for the tears?
Washington State is poised to become the first state in the Union to allow “human composting,” or the “accelerated conversion of human remains to soil.”
Senate Bill 5001, titled “Concerning human remains,” would allow for human composting, also known as “recomposition” in Washington, local KIRO-TV reported.
According to the bill, human remains “means the body of a deceased person, includes the body in any stage of decomposition, and includes postreduction human remains.”
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