|Posted by JJ The Psychotherapist on December 30, 2022 at 9:00 PM|
There may be potential issues with the US food supply in the near future due to various factors including inflation, adverse weather conditions, and federal regulations, which could strain American farmers and producers.
Stephanie Nash, an activist and member of a dairy farming family, has warned that 2023 could be a difficult year for the country's food supply, with a potential shortage in the supply chain and an increase in food prices at the grocery store.
Nash attributes these issues to a range of factors including inflation, drought and extreme cold, and burdensome Department of Agriculture policies that hinder farmers and other food producers.
Nash also highlighted the impact of regulations on farmers, stating that they can make it difficult for smaller operations to stay in business.
Other sources have also predicted shortages of certain food items in the coming year, including bread, vegetable oil, corn, butter, tomatoes, champagne, and beer. Potential issues with crop production in Ukraine due to the Russian invasion could also contribute to global food shortages.