• Terrence Aym
With climate change comes wild shifts in weather patterns ranging from lengthy, severe droughts to torrential rains. As this article goes to press, massive droughts are affecting the crops and livestock of Canada, the U.S., and parts of the Russian Federation's wheat belt. Prices on the commodity future's markets are spiking through historical highs, and many economists and food experts are warning of higher prices in the coming fall and winter months affecting everything from bread and cereals to cooking oils and meat. What can you do to protect yourself and your loved ones from the coming food shortages and price hikes? Start storing food in bulk.
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