(Natural News) When there is a substantial economic problem plaguing our country, we've always been able to count on the Democrat Party to make it worse, since they have an inability to grasp fundamental economic concepts under our system of capita
In a series of bald-faced lies, the government wants us to know that everything is just fine, getting better, even, and there are NO food shortages. Don't believe what you SEE. Believe what they TELL you.
"Limit 2". We've all seen the signs. What happens when its limit one? What happens when you are only allowed to buy so much of something. Don't laugh, its happened before...multiple times.
In today's analysis, offered both here in article format as well as in the Situation Update podcast below, I reveal why food rationing is coming to America, followed by food riots.
German farmers are unable to find fertilizer. Italian farmers are facing 6x costs for drying grains. Propane is exploding in the US. As the energy crisis spill over into food production, it has immediate impacts -- but the true cost may come next sea
This past weekend Jake Tapper spoke to White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki about inflation and the effects of rising prices in the U.S.
The USDA says the 2021 U.S. oat crop was the smallest on record at 39.836 million bushels, 39% less than in 2020. That's due to decreased planting across the oat growing region, either due to weather or producers switching to more profitable crops.
U.S. prices for organic soybeans used to feed livestock and manufacture soy milk have surged to record highs as imports that make up most of the country's supply have declined, triggering price increases for food including organically raised chicke
Did a bit of Intel gathering this morning. What I was told in the store is NOT the same story we've been hearing.
In the early 1920s, millions of Ukrainians died of starvation due to a deliberate famine caused by the USSR to rob them of their cultural identity. Could something similar happen here? This article looks at some unsettling parallels.
Bacon is more expensive for Americans than it has been in the past 40 years. And yes, that is accounting for inflation.
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According to the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), global food prices were up nearly 33 percent year over year in August. Vegetable oil, grains, and meat all cost more.
Have you noticed that store shelves are starting to get emptier and emptier? During the panic shopping that was sparked by the start of the COVID pandemic in 2020, there were very intense shortages of certain items, but those shortages did not last
Update (0915ET): Bond King Jeffrey Gundlach summed up the idiocy of The White House's spokesperson perfectly: "...if you take out the items that are up a lot, troubling grocery inflation would be lower."
Consultation on changes to the Basic Payment Scheme (BPS) to support farmers through the agricultural transition period has been launched.
Sri Lanka has declared a state of emergency as the food crisis worsened after private banks ran out of foreign exchange to finance imports.
After decades of low inflation and relatively cheap food prices, those days appear over as food inflation soars worldwide. The latest observation that food prices are out of control is in Australia.
Learn ahead of time what commodities may likely go higher in price soon due to scarcity.
Science fiction has long floated the idea of a device that can produce any kind of object one can imagine. Star Trek called it a replicator, while other writers have referred to it as a Santa Claus Machine.
Tyson Foods Inc., the top chicken producer in the U.S., confirmed in an earnings call that food inflation continues to push prices higher.
Crippling food shortages exacerbated by government policies in North Korea have caused widespread illness as thousands are forced to survive on so-called "wild foods" such as grass and tree bark
Will this cause more food shortages? A fungus called phytophthora is infecting commercial and home vegetable gardens across the country. Here's how to diagnose and treat it in your own garden.
...and Food Processing Plants . Are we headed for a full-on famine? Between fires, droughts, and foreign entities buying American farmland and food processing plants, things are looking worrisome. It's time to get stocked up and make a plan to ride t
As Brazil gets hit repeatedly by unusually low temperatures, destroying crops, the flooding in China, including Henan province -- which accounts for 10% of their grains production -- has damaged wheat, infrastructure, and thousands of large hog farms
We noted on Monday that ping-demic was likely to "lead to food shortages," and that is precisely what is happening today.
Fill 'er up? Be ready to wait in line at least an hour -- assuming the gas station is open, that is.