US food supply chain is strained as virus spreads

US food supply chain is strained as virus spreads

Closure of several food processing plants across the country due to their workers getting infected with the COVID-19 could cause shortages of certain products like pork, experts have warned. Workers at grocery stores and warehouses, at the other end of the food chain, have also been reported to have infected with the virus which could cause further problems in the distribution of the food products

KCooper
KCooper
Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 months

OSHA reports the smithy pork plant will re open in less than 3 days this is all fake news propaganda from the left. YES you might have shortages of some items in the store but there will be PLENTY of food.

Doug
Doug 1 months

Interesting that pork-supply is generalized not just as meat-supply, but as food-supply - as if fruits, nuts, legumes, vegetables, bread, etc. were all in jeopardy.

I have no idea
I have no idea 1 months

Pork. Pork is the only food source not even the supply chain that has said it can't deliver. pork. That's it. Everyone will starve without bacon.

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