Growing evidence that global food supply chain is breaking down. Soon people who can find bread on the shelves will be paying $10 a loaf for it.
“Mass closures of restaurants and schools have forced a sudden shift from those wholesale food-service markets to retail grocery stores, creating logistical and packaging nightmares for plants processing milk, butter and cheese. Trucking companies that haul dairy products are scrambling to get enough drivers as some who fear the virus have stopped working. And sales to major dairy export markets have dried up as the food-service sector largely shuts down globally.”
“… At a time like the one we find ourselves in, it’s going to be extremely challenging for these larger food manufacturers to place more stress on their businesses by quickly filling orders and pushing supply-chains to deliver – particularly over the next four to six critical weeks across the country. There may be several that face potential…
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