FYI I visited a US Foods for the first time today, bought a bunch of stuff. Good prices. Recommended.
It got me thinking.Looks like whole foods is cutting 90% of their chicken production which will drive chicken up to $10 a pound from 3.40 a pound. Raise your own I guess.
Amazon workers are said to be going on strike black Friday, might want to think about that.
Chemicals?Whole foods has humane veal too.
Our Animal Welfare Certified chicken, turkey, beef, lamb and pork is raised with no antibiotics — ever — and no added hormones.
There are no hormones approved for use in the production of poultry, goat, veal calves, mature sheep or exotic, non-amenable species (such as bison, buffalo, elk and venison).
Love me some veal. And lamb. So young... so juicy... so tender...If you are wondering what is veal or where does it come from, you're in for a rude awakening. Veal is meat from baby cows, who are killed when they are between six and eight months old.sentientmedia.org
The Senate-approved infrastructure bill includes a plan to alleviate the trucker shortage by training 18-year-olds to drive big rigs over the road.www.autoblog.com
My thinking is that with Supply Chains at a standstill / Clogged / Or at a minimum moving like Sh*t thru a funnel, it stands to reason that the input ingredients are coming at later dates as well, so the final product has to reflect that.This might just be rumors, but...
I think this is what is happening:
"it isnt that its shorter its just older. probably tapping into the reserve food storage areas across the country. which means at some point all those crops and farms that went bust is gonna catch up with us if they dont fix theyre production/harvest problems next season before they run out. it would explain a few things, speculative of course to a degree"
If it is happening.
Depends on the 18 year old. By 18 my dad had spent years hopping freight trains to work as a mechanic across the southern US working to send money home to his family and at 18 was clearing Japanese soldiers out of caves in the PI. Today's 18 year olds? Maybe not...
Yup, the Greatest Generation. My Dad the same. Bless 'em All.Depends on the 18 year old. By 18 my dad had spent years hopping freight trains to work as a mechanic across the southern US working as a mechanic and at 18 was clearing Japanese soldiers out of caves in the PI. Today's 18 year olds? Maybe not...
I would agree. As a teenager in northern Minnesota, my dad and his older brothers would hop freight trains as their preferred mode of travel, not having access to a car. The railroad ran right along the border of my grandad's property, so hopping on and off was easy. By 18, my dad was putting himself through school at the University of Minnesota in a silvicultural degree program while working as a night custodian/janitor after classes. By 20, he had earned his 4-year degree (in just 2 years) and enlisted in the Army, serving in Alaska in the Signal Corps and being "loaned out" to the Alaska Road Commission to work the improvements to the recently-finished AlCan Highway. This early work is what led him to join the US Forest Service, and eventually join the US Army Corps of Engineers by the time he was 30. So yeah, a different generation of 18-year-olds...Depends on the 18 year old. By 18 my dad had spent years hopping freight trains to work as a mechanic across the southern US working to send money home to his family and at 18 was clearing Japanese soldiers out of caves in the PI. Today's 18 year olds? Maybe not...