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As fears of food rationing grow, UK gov’t tells Britons to turn to seasonal veggies

February 28, 2023 -

The move followed rationing at four British groceries in response to a shortage of vegetables such as cucumbers, lettuce and tomatoes that could last up to a month.

During a Feb. 23 parliamentary session at the House of Commons, British Environment Secretary Therese Coffey said Downing Street expects the food shortage situation to "last about another two to four weeks." Alongside this, experts have warned that food prices could soar "sky high" at the same time.

This ...

Australian supermarket limits purchases on frozen French fries due to potato shortage

December 19, 2022 -

Coles Group Ltd., Australia's second-largest supermarket chain, announced the limits in a statement on its website. According to the statement, "a temporary purchase limit of two items per transaction" will apply to its frozen French fries "due to supply issues."

Flooding and heavy rain across Australia's east coast damaged various crops such as lettuce, wheat and fruits. These led to shortage of household staples, including French fries. Meanwhile, AUSVEG – the country's ...

David DuByne warns: Forced rationing of food and fuel already happening via “excess consumption” programs – Brighteon.TV

March 15, 2023 -

"There's going to be this new program called excess consumption. It is a limited consumption amount on your part, and then if you surpass that you're going to be taxed and penalized. And once you go to whatever the certain final range deemed, they're going to cut you off completely," he said.

DuByne, the creator of the "Adapt 2030" climate preparedness channels and "Mini Ice Age Conversations" podcast, said people are going to hear about these excess consumption programs ...

FOOD COLLAPSE: UK supermarkets rationing vegetables as food shortages worsen

March 06, 2023 -

Many mainstream media (MSM) commentators believe the food rationing was brought about by Brexit – the U.K.'s withdrawal from the European Union that took effect in January 2020. However, Mac Slavo of SHTF Plan thinks this reason makes little sense. This is because the bulk of the U.K.'s vegetables come from either Morocco or domestic sources, the latter depending on the weather.

"Both of these are advantageous for the public to believe regarding the plans to install a ...

UK rationing produce as country grapples with severe shortage of tomatoes and other vegetables

February 22, 2023 -

Transport problems and bad weather in Europe and Africa have made tomatoes nearly impossible to find at British supermarkets in recent weeks. In particular, tomato suppliers have been blaming unfavorable weather conditions in Morocco and Spain for the ongoing shortage.

Most of the tomatoes Brits consume during the winter months come from these countries, and both have been impacted by a one-two punch from warm weather impacting crop yields followed by a cold snap that ...

DUMPSTER DINNERS: Brits now seeking out EXPIRED food to consume as they cope with meteoric rise in food prices

February 03, 2023 -

Figures provided by retail analyst Kantar found that grocery price inflation in the country reached a new record high of 16.7% in the four weeks that ended on January 22. This amounts to a nearly £800 pound increase on a typical yearly shopping bill. This is a notable increase from the 14.4% recorded in December and the highest level since figures were first tracked in 2008.

Some categories of food that have noted particularly sharp rises recently include eggs, milk ...

Egg prices surged 70% in a year – a dozen is now pricier than a pound of ground beef

February 17, 2023 -

In December, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) reported that the deadly avian flu had decimated nearly 53 million birds in America alone. As a result, the recent consumer price index (CPI) indicated that the prices have surged 70 percent in a year. Adding to the crisis is the high production cost that has pushed the price of a carton of 12 eggs to a record $4.82 in January, up from less than two dollars a year earlier. (Related: Government says "bird flu" responsible ...

FOOD RATIONING: British supermarkets Asda and Lidl now limiting the number of eggs customers can buy

November 21, 2022 -

Asda and Lidl led the way with egg rationing, citing supply chain issues stemming from an outbreak of avian flu. Asda imposed a limit of two boxes of eggs, while Lidl limited customers to three boxes of eggs at a time.

An Asda spokesman confirmed the rationing measures to the Daily Mail, adding that the company is "working hard with our suppliers to resolve the industry challenges which are currently affecting all supermarkets."

Meanwhile, ...

Devastating Amazon forest fires linked to meat industry’s clear-cutting practices

August 10, 2021 -

Embargoes imposed by Brazil's environment agency are intended to penalize landowners and allow illegally cleared forest areas to recover. Meat producers also made commitments not to buy cattle from protected land. JBS and other major Brazilian meat producers have made commitments not to buy cattle from protected land.

But in one case involving a farmer doing business with the companies, multiple fires were recorded on the embargoed land after earlier deforestation. The ...

Two UK supermarkets now limiting customers’ egg purchases due to food industry supply chain issues

November 18, 2022 -

Supermarket chain Asda said shoppers can only buy a maximum of two boxes of eggs. "To make sure as many customers as possible can buy eggs, we have introduced a temporary limit of two boxes per customer," an Asda spokesman confirmed. "We are working hard with our suppliers to resolve the industry challenges which are currently affecting all supermarkets."

Lidl, meanwhile, imposed a limit of three boxes of eggs for shoppers. A notice at one Lidl location ...

“LGBT education pack” features six-year-old engaging in sexual activity, as pedophilia becomes normalized

July 13, 2020 -

British chain store promoted pedophilia, and schools pushed it as curriculum

After parents spoke out, the grocery store chain apologized for promoting content that sexualized children. Asda Stores CEO, Roger Burnley, said he was "completely aghast that we have allowed ourselves to be associated in this way."

"I would like to wholeheartedly apologize for this situation,” he said. The pack aimed for secondary-aged schoolchildren suggests that they read “Beyond Magenta....

Contaminated chicken: Government looks at farmers, rather than processing plants, for the blame

October 25, 2017 -

Campylobacter jejuni is one of the key global causes of diarrhoeal illness in humans, particularly gastroenteritis, commonly known as stomach flu. Infection by this bacterium is generally mild, but small children, elderly people and individuals with immunosuppression are highly vulnerable, with infections being potentially fatal. It is found in foods derived from poultry and cattle, when their intestinal tracts had been infected before slaughter. Preventing cross-contamination ...

England police threaten charges for people who use “offensive” speech that triggers the LGBTQ community

March 15, 2021 -

Four officers posed next to a large sign on the back of a van that says “being offensive is an offence.” The electronic billboard was hoisted outside an Asda supermarket. The sign features a police badge that is superimposed over an LGBTQ rainbow flag. The sign warns the public that Merseyside Police will not tolerate any “hate crime” toward the LGBTQ+ community. Anyone in the LGBTQ+ community who feels triggered by someone else’s views is encouraged to report their ...

United Kingdom warning shoppers not to stock up and prepare as the country mulls “circuit breaker” lock down

September 25, 2020 -

The CEOs of the supermarket chains are already worried that these new lock downs will cause a buying panic, leading to food and supply shortages that could be more difficult to recover from. Toilet paper sales soared by 23 percent after the government warned of new lock downs. Since the news got out, there has been a noticeable uptick in purchases of tinned goods, pasta and pain relief tablets. Supermarket leaders are speaking out, trying to reassure the public not to buy ...

Widespread panic buying now taking place in the UK amid the spread of new COVID variant; better stock up while you can in the U.S.

August 15, 2021 -

And as such, much of the world is reacting in the same way it did in response to the first wave: Panic.

The first problem region we are seeing is Britain, where supermarkets are now struggling to keep up with demand and ensure the population has an adequate supply of food because of panic buying and hoarding over what the English media is calling a "ping-demic" -- which refers to being "pinged by the National Health System's test-and-trace program.

Some speculated ...

E. coli contaminates two-thirds of fresh chicken sold in UK supermarkets

December 03, 2016 -

Experts say that the strain of E. coli being found in these chickens doesn't cause the typical diarrhea and vomiting associated with its namesake, but there may be other effects. They fear that this particular strain of bacteria can actually inhabit the gut for several years, and may cause future antibiotic resistance in the face of other infections.

Escherichia coli is a large and diverse group of bacteria. Some are harmless, while others can cause any number of symptoms....

British supermarket Tesco faces shortage of pet food, condiments after blocking price increases

July 07, 2022 -

Tesco defended its move not to charge customers higher prices for goods on its shelves.

"We're laser-focused on keeping the cost of the weekly shop in check, offering customers great value," a spokesperson for the supermarket chain said. "With household budgets under increasing pressure, now more than ever we have a responsibility to ensure customers get the best possible value, and we will not pass on unjustifiable price increases to our customers."

"We're sorry ...

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