Why Food Shortages Will Hit America Hard

Consumers don’t understand how food gets to their table

Photo by Raphael Rychetsky on Unsplash

A failing supply chain will cause food shortages regardless of where the crops are grown. Most people envision America’s rolling farmland filled with crops and think food won’t be a problem. We tend to ignore that a few steps are required to turn milk into cheese and get it to our table.

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