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'Food supply chain is breaking,'
Tyson Foods chairman says as
processing plants continue to close

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Posted By: cjjeepercreeper, 4/27/2020 10:26:27 AM

The chairman of Tyson Foods has issued a stark warning to Americans following the shuttering of multiple meat processing plants across the country: “The food supply chain is breaking. In an open letter published as a full-page ad in Sunday’s New York Times, Washington Post and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, John H. Tyson outlined Tyson Foods’ response to the ongoing coronavirus health crisis, but hinted that further closures — not only of Tyson Foods facilities, but competitors’ facilities as well — would put stress on the nation’s food supply.


This is the first thing that has me genuinely worried about this whole Chicom virus thing.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: MDConservative 4/27/2020 10:36:34 AM (No. 393116)
So, now what? Run to stores for shopping carts full of chicken nuggets? Plenty of surplus capacity with the restaurants closed. Imagine there must be inventory in warehouse freezers. Where's that Defense Production Act when you need it?
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Quigley 4/27/2020 10:41:40 AM (No. 393122)
The Dims must be gleeful about this prospect.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: cjjeepercreeper 4/27/2020 10:42:10 AM (No. 393123)
Number one makes a very good point. I have a friend that is the manager of a popular Mexican food restaurant here in NW New Mexico.They have opened up a grocery section in the restaurant because their business has been relegated to carry out. He told me that they are well stocked, their supply chain in the restaurant business is totally separate from the grocers. He said they have even never run out of toilet paper! Somehow the supply chain they are accessing needs to be made available to the grocers and the public at large. Otherwise that stuff is just sitting. Defense Production Act...yes.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: HotRod 4/27/2020 10:46:15 AM (No. 393127)
FTA: ''...hinted that further closures — not only of Tyson Foods facilities, but competitors’ facilities as well...'' I smell a conspiracy. One crossing state lines! People still need to eat, whether in a restaurant, or at home. If a restaurant doesn't buy the meat, people will buy it and take it home. If the supply chain can't adapt to the change in the market, they'd better hire some smart people to help them!
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Reply 5 - Posted by: jimincalif 4/27/2020 10:50:49 AM (No. 393138)
It is day 43 of the “15 days to flatten the curve” strategy, and it is spectacularly successful, if success is measured by destroying the economy and therefore Trump’s election chances. Virginia governor just said “two years”. Democrats, with the cooperation of MSM and social media, will keep this up until Trump is driven from office, whether that is six months or five years. The sooner we acquiesce the sooner they will allow us peasants to live our lives again, but never again will they allow a disrupter like President Trump to deny them their power over us. They have seen how easy it is to control a formerly free population with fear. This will go to the front of the playbook for immediate use whenever the masses start getting too uppity.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: ARKfamily 4/27/2020 10:52:35 AM (No. 393142)
I am very, very skeptical all of sudden about these meat processing plants. What have they been doing the last few weeks to sanitize and clean facilities?
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Reply 7 - Posted by: MamaElephant 4/27/2020 10:54:41 AM (No. 393143)
Sundance wrote a good article about this several weeks ago on Conservative Treehouse. U.S. food production has been about half for at home consumption, and half for out-of-home consumption. We've upended that system entirely, and institutional food processing, packaging and distribution runs on an entirely separate track from grocery supplies. Restaurant packs are not just super-sized grocery store packs. They lack preparation instructions, nutritional information, calories (required by law, remember). You can't just divert those supplies to grocery store processing plants. Those plants were already running at capacity. This problem is real.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: zzzghy 4/27/2020 10:56:57 AM (No. 393148)
"Foc News." That's what I've been thinking lately.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: LadyHen 4/27/2020 11:00:21 AM (No. 393154)
Maybe trucking in and cramming together cheap illegal and refugee workers whose home health habits are less than sanitary to kill and butcher your chickens wasn't such a money saver after all. You might have considered taking those profits you passed on to stock holders and reinvesting them in massive automation like many European processor have done in order to secure the food chain. I personally think that should be one requirement to stem from this virus debacle.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: planetgeo 4/27/2020 11:07:51 AM (No. 393169)
Moving the goal posts again...looks like they're adding "until we're all Vegans" as the next condition on the growing list. I have a better one: until we run out of Democrats. Which of course can be speeded up considerably.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: curious1 4/27/2020 11:31:05 AM (No. 393186)
#7, so suspend the useless government packaging regulations for the duration. Let the private sector handle getting the output into the retail space. Get government out of the way.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: nina584 4/27/2020 11:34:35 AM (No. 393192)
The Tyson people are very close to Clinton. Billy was called the chicken man fro this reason.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Timber Queen 4/27/2020 11:46:49 AM (No. 393210)
#12 - The first thing I notice was that the "open letter" was printed as a "full-page ad" only in Lefty rags; Sunday’s New York Times, Washington Post and Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. No need to read further. This is just another coordinated effort of the globalists to set a trap for Trump. I don't know how this will play out, I only know it will not play out the way the Lefty's think. I trust Trump and he always lands on his feet.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: msjena 4/27/2020 11:48:00 AM (No. 393212)
The law of unintended consequences.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Staunch Repub 4/27/2020 11:57:00 AM (No. 393217)
Well - here's an observation from New Jersey. The main grocery in my town (Stop & Shop) is roughly 15% bare. Complete aisles / sections are completely empty. All day. Every day... In contrast: I was in a different grocery (ShopRite) about 15 miles away - - and there was NOTHING empty, missing that I could tell. NOTHING. I don't think it's FOOD (or the item) that's the issue - - it's management of the store
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Reply 16 - Posted by: Lawsy0 4/27/2020 12:29:23 PM (No. 393257)
Are Mr. and Mrs. Clinton still on the Tyson board of trustees? Same for Walmart?
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Reply 17 - Posted by: moebellini3 4/27/2020 12:33:37 PM (No. 393262)
Each day you should wake up and thank a democrat. You should say welcome to the new Cuba and Venezuela. You proved your sick point now lets get out of this mess. Got it.
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Reply 18 - Posted by: bighambone 4/27/2020 1:04:10 PM (No. 393307)
Leave it to the leftist and liberal Democrats and the media to drum up a panic about a supposed coming meat shortage across the USA. Clearly they can manufacture a shortage of meat by encouraging the hoarding of meat, just as they did with toilet paper.
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Reply 19 - Posted by: DVC 4/27/2020 1:16:14 PM (No. 393322)
i knew this has been coming. Illegals - many living 10 or 20 to a single family home, codes ignored by local government to please the big companies. I have posted about the four counties in Kansas which are sparsely populated, yet suddenly about a week ago had large numbers of cases pop up after having had zero or one case in whole counties for weeks. These new cases are in the illegal alien workers in these meat packing plants. Ford county has 34,000 people, and has 459 cases, that's 1,331 per 100,000 people. The most populous county in KS has 600,000 people, 430 cases, which is 73 per 100,000 people. Three other low population KS counties, all with big meat packing plants, mostly staffed with illegals, have hundreds of cases - and the maps show the cases concentrated in one or two zip codes in those counties - near the plants. One of the many "benefits" of big business models which are planned around cheap illegal alien labor, specifically located where few Americans live, intended to attract illegals to work cheap.
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Reply 20 - Posted by: anniebc 4/27/2020 1:27:18 PM (No. 393338)
Same here, poster 13.
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Reply 21 - Posted by: Strike3 4/27/2020 1:31:16 PM (No. 393344)
#19 nails it on the head. Large numbers of illegals work at these meat packing plants and no number of ICE raids is going to stop it. There is way too much financial benefit for both parties. Now they are faced with unemployment without the prospect of an income so the natural instinct is to go home while they still have a few dollars in their pockets. Tyson is promoting panic and his attempt will be remembered. Chicken nuggets are 8 for a buck at BK if you get hungry for chicken.
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Reply 22 - Posted by: DCGIRL 4/27/2020 1:37:45 PM (No. 393354)
There is something very suspicious of this article. Here, I know a lot of cattle ranches. They said it is very slow with selling their cattle because the restaurants are shut down....only open for carry out. I don't see where the supply chain is broken.
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Reply 23 - Posted by: JubilationTCornpone 4/27/2020 1:48:30 PM (No. 393363)
It’s not a matter of shortage of beef on the hoof, it’s a shortage of healthy Mexicans (illegals) to turn the beef into processed cuts. And, I think there were some raids by ICE on a couple of those processing plants early in Trump’s term. However, the outcry by the businesses allowed the workers to remain with no consequences. I think E-verify should be enacted come hell or high water.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Proud Texan 4/27/2020 1:59:12 PM (No. 393381)
The biggest thing that people sgould be getting out of this story is that way too much of the meat supply in this country is in way too few hands. These companies use bad situations, especially this covid19, to screw over both the ranchers and the consumers.
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Reply 25 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 4/27/2020 2:06:58 PM (No. 393390)
On one hand we are told that the food supply chain is breaking. On the other hand we are told that 95% of confirmed cases have no symptoms, and the CV death numbers are being fudged. Which is it? Its an election year. Trump's enemies (worldwide) are doing everything they can think of to remove him from office. We cannot trust anything we are being told. I really wonder if we are seeing a coup. Will we even have elections in November?
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Reply 26 - Posted by: plaids 4/27/2020 2:22:46 PM (No. 393401)
When I realized a few years back the dealings with Tyson and the Clintons I decided to never buy their products. Publix's meat are acceptable. We've scaled back meat consumption anyway.
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Reply 27 - Posted by: Chuzzles 4/27/2020 2:53:37 PM (No. 393446)
All according to plan, arranged by the Leftists. #1, the situation is so dire as the processors are shutting down because of sick employees that between 1-2 MILLION chickens are being destroyed. Perfectly healthy and safe food is headed for the incinerator, all thanks to the democrat blue state incompetents. Planting season is indeed fast approaching, and if the democrat devil's grip doesn't break soon, Trump is not going to be able to fix this one. You cannot pull food out of thin air, nor by waving a magic wand.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: Venturer 4/27/2020 3:11:42 PM (No. 393470)
This has had me worried for a while now. If we don't open soon the food chain may break and then we really are in the deep dookie.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: StormCnter 4/27/2020 3:53:43 PM (No. 393508)
After hearing an entire Sunday news show lineup saying meat shortages were coming very soon, I was prepared to find empty coolers at my store this morning. But, there was plenty of everything (including the Jimmy Dean Hot Sausage I couldn't previously find). One of the store managers said the panic about meat is greatly overhyped and he doesn't expect any particular shortages except those of a sporadic, short-lived, nature.
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Reply 30 - Posted by: DVC 4/27/2020 4:51:49 PM (No. 393568)
#29, my wife shopped today, too, and found plenty of meat. We filled up our freezer to then normal level, not a big load, but we were low, only a few days worth in hand at home, so decided to stock up. So far, normal meat availability. But the KS meat packers will be hindered by our Big Beautiful Wall in replacing the sick workers. Perhaps they could find a few American workers.....nah, not at their low wages and bad working conditions.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: ColonialAmerican1623 4/28/2020 1:22:28 AM (No. 393893)
Personally, I think we are being played. On the other hand, those people that are hoarding, hurricane season is around the corner. Better buy a generator with your stimulus check so you won't lose all that food.
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