Biden Solution to High Retail Food Prices, Eat Generics and Store Brands – IOTW Report

Biden Solution to High Retail Food Prices, Eat Generics and Store Brands

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CTH has covered the origin of food inflation since we first raised the alarms in the spring of 2020.  A confluence of events starting with the fracturing of the food supply chain (shutting down restaurants, hospitality venues, schools, cafeterias, etc), created the initial major problem.  Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) sold at retail stores could not keep up with demand after 50% of the food supply system was shut down.

Within the U.S. retail food supply chain (350+ million people), manufacturing CPG products relies on a system of staying one to two harvest cycles ahead of demand.  However, when restaurants and fresh food venues were closed, very quickly frozen, bulk stored and siloed U.S. food storage systems, the storage needed for CPG products, were emptied. more


14 Comments on Biden Solution to High Retail Food Prices, Eat Generics and Store Brands

  1. Don’t know if anybody has noticed but the generic and store brands are the shelves that are least stocked because everybody’s already looking for relief.

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  2. The solution to Biden’s High Retail Food Prices is to jettison the retarded pedophile and get someone into the office who isn’t a sworn enemy of America.

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …

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  3. Spoken like a pampered jerk who has probably never picked anything out in a store for himself other than ice cream flavors.

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  4. remember this?

    “‘Geez, the reason I was able to stay sequestered in my home is because some black woman was able to stock the grocery shelf.’”

    and who knew they were stocking generic packaged food?
    he’s right on top of things
    he’s got one finger on the pulse of our country and economy, and another finger on the red button

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  5. Store brands and generics? I haven’t seen generics since the early 90’s and store brand went up too. Joe is such a douche.

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