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November 23, 2022



Dire warnings from top food company CEO's and U.S. senators are sounding the warning bells of a "perfect storm" food shortage beginning at the end of 2022 and running a long time. Next year will be worse than we experienced in 2022. The CEO of the Kraft Heinz company tells us," It's a constant fight between inflation and supply chain demand. Bottlenecks will be a BIG problem in 2023 ". Lingering effects from the pandemic contributes to the global food chain shortage. In the last 12 months, food prices in the United States have risen 11.2% making grocery buying difficult for the majority of...



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