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originally posted by: IAMALLYETALLIAM
a reply to: anonentity
In Australia we produce 3x food than we consume so even if true this wont affect us
originally posted by: Stupidsecrets
We don't have a food shortage. Farmers are throwing food away from several reports. Go buy some dry beans, canned goods, rice and frozen vegetables. If it gets really bad dig up some worms, grab a rod and head to the local river or start trapping or shooting squirrels. Getting tired of this defeatism mentality. Nobody is starving to death in the US. In many regards the obesity problem in the US is a bigger problem than the virus. The virus also targets fat bodies.
originally posted by: AutomateThis1
We're really getting all this doom stuff pushed onto us aren't we?
originally posted by: Phage
No shortages here, except paper products.
Seems that the panic buying is fading and stores are catching up. Pretty much as I as expected to happen. I still have no intention of going to Costco in the near future.
Interesting though, the price of fresh fish has dropped dramatically in the supermarkets because of restaurants being closed. The supply is better than ever. Good for consumers, not so good for the fishermen.
"Ice Age Farmer." Good source dude.