30 Things We Already Know Regarding the Impending Food Shortage

30 Things We Already Know Regarding the Impending Food Shortage. The situation is direr, more than what you have been led to believe.

I have spent the last few months meticulously compiling evidence that demonstrates that world food production is likely to be significantly lower in the year 2023. Regrettably, the vast majority of people don’t appear to be aware of the fact that food that won’t be farmed in 2022 won’t be available for purchase in 2023 when we go shopping.

The majority of people don’t appear to be very concerned about the prospect of a food crisis on a global scale in the next year, despite the fact that it may be totally unprecedented.

Therefore, I want to strongly ask you to assist me in spreading this cautionary message by forwarding this list to as many friends as you reasonably can. Because we now have a plethora of information, it is hard to dispute what is going to happen, as you’ll see in the next section.

Below is a list of 30 facts that we’re aware of regarding the impending food shortages…

This year’s harvest of hard red winter wheat in the United States “was the smallest since 1963,” according to the USDA. On the other hand, there were just 182 million people residing in this country back in 1963. Our current population is a whopping 329 million people.

It is anticipated that the amount of rice that will be harvested in the state of California will be “half of what would be in a typical year.”

#3 In 2022, the tomato crop in the United States is expected to total only 10.5 million tonnes. This is nearly a million tonnes less than what would be expected in a typical year.

#4 The United States will have one of the poorest harvests of grain in at least ten years.

#5 The United States has seen a 45 percent decrease in the number of carrots so far this year.

#6 Shipping of crops such as corn within the United States over the first six months of the year is down by twenty percent.

#7 The United States has seen a decline of 13 percent in the number of sweet potatoes it has sent so far this year.

#8 Deliveries of celery in the United States were down 11 percent from the beginning of the year to the present.

#9 The United States has produced 15 percent fewer peaches overall as compared to the previous year.

#10 The majority of farmers in the United States believe that this year’s drought is having a negative impact on their yields.

#11 The number of cows in the state of Oregon as a whole has decreased by 41% as a direct result of the ongoing drought.

#12 As a direct result of the ongoing drought, there is currently 43 percent less livestock in New Mexico than there was a year ago.

#13 As a result of the ongoing drought, the overall cattle population in the state of Texas has decreased by around fifty percent.

#14 The price of ground beef “may eventually reach $50 per pound,” according to the forecast of one beef rancher in Oklahoma.

#15 At least forty percent of the country States has been experiencing some form of drought for the past one hundred and one weeks in a row.

#16 Overall, the current megadrought inside this United States is the worst it has been in more than a thousand years.

#17 The drought that Europe is going through right now is the worst it has been in the last five hundred years. The river levels in many regions of central Europe have dropped to such a low point that “hunger stones” are emerging from lakes for the 1st time in hundreds of years.

#18 It’s possible that by 2022, corn production across the whole EU will have dropped as much as one-fifth.

#19 The French government has issued a warning that crop losses might reach as high as 35 percent.

#20 In certain regions of the UK, it is anticipated that crop failures could be as much as 50 percent, according to some projections.

#21 In certain regions of Germany, it is anticipated that crop losses may be “of up to 50 percent,” according to recent reports.

#22 According to some estimates, some Italian farmers have already lost up to 80 percent of their harvest.

#23 It is expected that Somalia’s agricultural production would drop by almost 80 percent this year.

#24 It is believed that at least 7 million animals have already perished as a direct result of the ongoing drought in eastern Africa.

#25 In China, people are experiencing the most prolonged drought they have ever been able to document in their country’s history.

#26 We are being cautioned that output in that nation would be substantially down in 2022 owing to “severe rainfall shortfalls in major rice producing states.” Typically, India contributes forty percent of the world’s commerce in rice. However, we are already being warned that this will not be the case.

#27 Following recent floods that wreaked havoc on Pakistan, one-third of the whole country was submerged in water, and agricultural regions were particularly heavily impacted. As a direct consequence of this, the overwhelming bulk of the country’s crops has been “swept away”…

#28 Since 2021, the cost of some types of fertilizer has increased by a factor of three, while the cost of other types has actually increased by a factor of four.

#29 One payment provider has disclosed the number of people in the United States who use their app to obtain payday loans for the purpose of purchasing groceries has increased by 95 percent.

#30 The current level of demand at food banks in the United States is significantly higher than it was at the peak of the COVID outbreak.

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