On Friday’s broadcast Rep. Rick Crawford (R-AR) expressed that the U.S. currently faces a food deficiency because of supply concerns making food more challenging to track down at the supermarket and raising costs for food.
Crawford said, “I was in our supermarket, in a real sense, 30 minutes prior, and we genuinely have a food deficiency. All in all, if you can find meat, it’s more costly.
The racks are more exposed to fundamental things like beans and canned vegetables, and things like that. In this way, such is life for us here in America; however, likely not so much for President Biden. In any case, until the end of us, it is a reality.”
He later added, “we have directed ourselves out of organizations. We are offshoring and rethinking vital interests, manure being one, other ag inputs, steel, things of this nature that we should accomplish for ourselves. Furthermore, suppose we can begin to do that. In that case, if we can get organizations to return to the United States to re-shore to the U.S. or possibly close shore or cordial shore, we’d be much better off.”