Why is The US Food System Broken

In recent days, we have seen how this Pandemic has affected every aspect of the US Economy. From all aspects of retail to the effects on Wally street. Today almost 20percent Job lost people are Unemployed in the US from today’s Job report. 30 million unemployed with 60,000 that have died in the US.

Smithville meat has closed some of there plants because many of there workers were diagnosed with the Covid19. Other Places like Tyson food also were affected by the disease.

Heres an article on the NY TIMES  Farmers destroying

Farmers are also learning in real-time about the nation’s consumption habits.

The quarantines have shown just how many more vegetables Americans eat when meals are prepared for them in restaurants than when they have to cook for themselves.

“People don’t make onion rings at home,” said Shay Myers, a third-generation onion farmer whose fields straddle the border of Oregon and Idaho.


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Over the decades, the nation’s food banks have tried to shift from offering mostly processed meals to serving fresh produce, as well. But the pandemic has caused a shortage of volunteers, making it more difficult to serve fruits and vegetables, which are time-consuming and expensive to transport. People do make onions rings at home and many more dishes. With the current situation Now we have no choice. Some farmer has become greedy by destroying products thinking that the cant makes them some profit the would from local stores. That’s a typical Capitalistic BS!! While many food banks are going empty because of the spike in people using them These Farmers seemed to be greedy when many food banks use farmers to acquire food to fill food banks for people.


After the unprecedented floods in 2020 and the resulting destruction of millions of acres of agricultural land, farmers are facing another devastating threat. With restaurants, hotels, and schools closed, many of the nation’s largest farms dump thousands of gallons of milk, smash millions of eggs, and plow acres of fresh vegetables that they can no longer sell. An impressive pandemic food waste! In Wisconsin and Ohio, farmers are dumping thousands of gallons of fresh milk into lagoons and manure pits. An Idaho farmer has dug huge ditches to bury 1 million pounds of onions.


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