- Food shortages we could see in 2022
- Bloomberg found a shortage of milk going to public schools in places like Denver, and it turns out that’s not an isolated incident
- U.S. Foods reported that prices were going to be on the rise, largely due to supply chain difficulties and labor shortages that were causing a bottleneck in the chain.
- In October 2021, Sky News reported that U.K. dairy farmers had been forced to dump tens of thousands of liters of milk — with one farmer disposing of 40,000 liters over the course of two months
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