The headline is a direct quote from an email from a reader who travels, and visits different stores in multiple states, generously spending time to provide ANP with images like the one above, as he helps us document the food crisis here in America.
While there are still some that visit their local grocery stores and find higher prices and less options, but can still find what they want, over the past two years we have been seeing images like the one above, and those below become more and more common.
(Article by Susan Duclos republished from AllNewsPipeLine.com)
The email message with that image stated “Worse here than I’ve seen yet. Chicken section is virtually empty.”
The second image in that particular email, is also disturbing as one thinks about those that are shopping there and finding entirely empty sections, like the one shown below.
I saved the last image our reader sent, the one with the note I used part of in the headline, because the availability of this specific has been decreasing nationwide for months according to the images and notes we get emailed to us, and the whole set of images, from multiple stores in different states, confirm that assertion without a doubt.
The full message sent along with that photo, reads:
Seems like pasta is sold out every store I have been in.
Americans foolishly think we couldn’t ever fall like Venezuela or Argentina.
They are getting ready to be awakened from their unprepared slumber.
When there is no food there is no peace, America’s time of plenty is ending and the casualties will be catastrophic.
Thanks for all the great coverage you have provided.
Now, the Brandon regime, along with their sycophants in the press will insist shortages on pasta are because of the Russia/Ukraine conflict, but the images sent to ANP of depleted pasta sections started coming long before that conflict exploded, and continue to this day.
The next set of images, one of which is also the pasta shelves, comes from Sioux Fall SD Walmart, emailed on April 1, 2022, with a note that reads:
First, it was Eggs and now it’s also Pasta.
The eggs have been missing for well over a week now and yesterday morning I was surprised to see the pasta was also mostly bare. Also, some of the shelves have the old COVID trick of pushing everything together and up to the front of the shelf!
This is Sioux Fall SD!
No eggs for over a week!
Very little pasta left!
Reader images can be sent to [email protected] and will be used in subsequent food crisis updates.
LEARN TO MAKE YOUR OWN…
We have touched on this before, but many thought this issue would resolve itself before they really needed to learn how to make their own pastas and breads. The reasons are plentiful and perfectly valid, including no extra time and/or no skill in pasta or bread making, but now there is no set end in sight, so it is past time to learn to make your own.
Add to that, we have a number of new readers from another website that shut down their comment section, so we would be remiss to not go over it again before moving along to the other items that stores are increasingly finding it harder and harder to keep stocked.
As always, we start with books. Paper back or hard cover recommended, just in case one day you can’t pick up your EReader or fire up your computer to look up the recipes and instructions.
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