Ya know all those ships off shore backed up with Cargo? They arent the only part of the supply chain strained to its limits by disastrous governmental policy around the world. Western Food supply is having its first major hiccup in some time.…
Many of the country's biggest food makers are telling grocers that they will have limited quantities of a number of their products this winter, with no idea as to when pre-covid normalcy will return to food supplies and grocery stores.…
Everything from Rice Krispies Treats, Sour Patch Kids, some ice cream, spices and frozen dinners are likely going to be in limited supply because of labor, commodity and transportation constraints throttling supply chains, mich of which is a result of faulty covid policy.
Major food and consumer product manufacturers being short of supply on some items "will be a challenge in the grocery industry" in the final months of the year, said Steve Howard, vice president of merchandising at Bristol Farms, a grocery chain in California.
Suppliers are warning the company of "potential shortages" of foods, glass jars and packaging containers. In response, companies are bringing in inventory earlier than any ever. This, however, is unlikely to last.
The workers who keep global supply chains moving are warning of a 'system collapse'.…
In an open letter to heads of state attending the UN General Assembly, the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) and other industry groups warned of a "global transport system collapse" if governments do not restore freedom of movement to workers.…
Global supply chains are beginning to buckle as two years' worth of strain on transport workers take their toll," the groups wrote. The letter has also been signed by the International Air Transport Association (IATA),...
the International Road Transport Union (IRU) and the International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF). Together they represent 65 million transport workers globally.
Just this week over 1,800 SouthWest flights were cancelled due to vaccine mandates and staff refusing to be coerced into medical treatment or face termination. SouthWest and media blamed weather, only to later admit it was mandate related.…
Around 18% of beverages, 15% of frozen foods, 16% of snacks, 15% of candy and 18% of bakery items were out of stock at stores during the week ending on October 3, according to the latest data from IRI, ...
which tracks in-stock levels at leading US grocery chains, big box stores, pharmacies and wholesale clubs. This is expected to increase through the winter, and be exacerbated further should government mandates, lockdowns, and movement passports continue.
Railyards and trucking routes are hopelessly clogged, as workers are unable the handle the ceaseless bottlenecks of cargo. Some cargo trains in Chicago were backed up 25 miles as of Oct. 1…
Supply chains have lagged far behind consumer demand due to a lack of manpower at American ports and others as the faulty and foolish government restrictions now threaten not just US, but global supply chains.
All transport sectors are also seeing a shortage of workers, and expect more to leave as a result of the poor treatment millions have faced during the pandemic, as well as mandates which is putting the global supply chain under greater threat than ever. But this is all man-made.
Should governments open up and stop such dangerous restrictions & mandates global economies and the supply chain that supports them will be able to operate as they once did. However, even if they reverse policy tomorrow it will now take many months to get back on track.
These measures affected thousands of truck drivers, particularly on the Brenner Pass between Italy and Austria, forcing them to queue for days in sub-zero temperatures with no food or medical facilities.
All because of faulty government policy.…
Worker shortages are likely to worsen towards the end of the year because seafarers may not want to commit to new contracts and risk not making it home for Christmas given port shutdowns and constant changes to restrictions. Once they unload they're headed home for a while.
So, while grocery stores in the US and other countries are seeing 13-18% out of stock items now, when these global seafarers head home for Christmas after being stuck on cargo ships for so long you're going to to see grocery stores in Nov. and Dec look really empty.
20% of the US food supply is imported. 70% of seafood and 35% of fresh produce comes from overseas. These are expected to decline sharply this winter.…
Kellogg told at least four grocery distributors last month in an email that that a variety of its food products "will remain below service expectations" through the end of the year. And this was BEFORE 1,400 Kellog workers went on strike in early October.…
Many major American food producers & distributors (Kellog, Conagra, McCormick, Unilever, Mondelez) are facing product & worker shortages, delays, cost cutting, and a variety of other issues caused by faulty government policy.

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