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Food Shortage

Living Crisis

Look around… supply shortages are everywhere.

Last year it was paper products, today it’s baby formula, and tomorrow it will be something else.

This crisis will continue to take on new forms and it will get worse before it gets better.

Why? Because we are dangerously reliant on imports—consumables produced in other countries that we could make right here at home… but don’t.

In fact, we import double the amount China does, even though they have far more people. And data suggests that 75% of our fruit and almost half of our vegetables will be imported in just a few years.

And that’s just the beginning…

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June 23, 2022
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    Look around… supply shortages are everywhere. Last year it was paper products, today it’s baby formula, and tomorrow it will be something else. This crisis will continue to take on new forms and it will get worse before it gets better. Why? Because we are dangerously reliant on imports—consumables produced in other countries that we could make right here at home… but don’t. In fact, we import double the amount China does, even though they have far more people. And data suggests that 75% of our fruit and almost half of our vegetables will be imported in just a few years. And that’s just the beginning...
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