Over the past year, there have been NUMEROUS food distribution and processing plants destroyed by fire, explosions, and plane crashes. Yet, this is the first we are actually hearing of this string of "coincidences."
Only, here's the thing.....I don't believe that it is just a coincidence. The government and media have been predicting major food shortages to come while blaming the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. Yet several food processing plants across the United States and Canada have been destroyed?
It sounds to me like the shortage is being created rather than predicted.
I made a list of over 20 in the last 6 months- pic.twitter.com/Jrg0oMqAAA
— Cornczech (@Cornczech) April 22, 2022
The most recent incident happened on Thursday when a small plane crashed into a General Mills plant just outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Two people in the plane were killed in the crash, as reported by the New York Post.
Earlier this week on Monday, a massive fire destroyed a portion of the Azure Standard Headquarters in Oregon. The company is know as “the USA’s largest independent food distributor.”
ASH reported that “basically any liquid product,” like honey, oil, and vinegar will be out of stock due to the fire.
This can't be coincidental... pic.twitter.com/WX6HzLu41X
— Greg Musselwhite🇺🇲⭐ (@GregMusselwhit3) April 22, 2022
Here are some more recent incidents:
- Last Thursday, firefighters contended with a massive blaze at Taylor Farms packaged salad plant in Salinas, Calif. — a key agricultural region 177 km south of San Francisco. The fire broke out late Wednesday night, as reported by KTLA.
- That same day, an airplane crashed into Idaho’s Gem State Processing facility — a plant said to process 18,000 acres worth of potatoes each year. The pilot of the plane did not survive, however, no employees were injured, reported Vision Times.
- On April 13, firefighters from several departments in Maine helped battle a massive fire that destroyed East Conway Beef & Pork butcher shop and meat market in Center Conway, N.H.
- In March, KAIT TV reported a major fire that forced the closure of the Nestle plant in Jonesboro, Ark. The plant makes frozen foods, particularly Hot Pockets.
- The Penobscot McCrum potato processing facility in Belfast, Maine, was also destroyed by fire in March. Officials believe a deep-fryer was behind the fire, as reported by ABC affiliate WMTW News 8.
- In Canada, fire crews and paramedics responded after an explosion at the Centre de valorisation de l’aliment de l’Estrie, an industrial food preparation and processing facility in Sherbrooke, Que. Five people were injured in the March explosion that turned into a major fire.
- Late March, a fire at the Maricopa Food Pantry, a food bank in Arizona, saw 50,000 pounds worth of food burn up and yet another blaze at the Texas-based Rio Fresh severely damaged the onion processing facility.
- In February, a portion of Wisconsin River Meats was destroyed by fire, according to Channel 3000 News. The Mauston-based company said the “old portion” of its plant was a total loss from the fire.
- Another fire in February, sparked by a boiler explosion at a potato chip plant south of Hermiston, Ore., sent several people to hospital with minor injuries. The Shearer’s Food plant, as reported by The Oregonian, supplies much of the Western US with potato and corn chips.
- A third fire in February caused the Louis Dreyfus Company’s Claypool, Ind., soybean processing and biodiesel plant — the largest fully integrated soybean processing plant in the US — to suspend production. Thankfully no injuries were reported.
16+ fires have broken out in food processing plants across the US. This should be a major story, yet the mainstream media aren’t reporting on it… pic.twitter.com/vcgsn3VDOL
— James Melville (@JamesMelville) April 23, 2022
- A blaze at a poultry processing plant in the Hamilton region of Ontario in January caused extensive damage, but caused no injuries. The multiple-alarm fire, as reported by Global News, will cost millions in repairs.
- Firefighters responded to a fire in January at the Cargill-Nutrena plant in Lecompte, La. The fire took more than 12 hours to put out, as reported by KALB-TV, an NBC/CBS/CW-affiliated television station.
- A fire in December caused more than $100,000 in damages to a San Antonio food processing plant. KTSA-107.1 reported there were no injuries as a result of the fire.
- In late November, a fire engulfed the Maid-Rite Steak Co. food processing plant in Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, as reported by ABC affiliate news station WNEP . The cause of the fire was ruled an accident.
- A fire in mid-September at the JBS USA beef processing plant in Grand Island, Neb. halted operations in the facility that typically processes about 6,000 head of cattle daily.
- Another raging fire in August of 2021 severely damaged the Patak Meat Production company in Austell, Ga., as reported by Channel 2 Action News in Atlanta.
18 food processing plants burned down in 6 months...and now there’s a plane crash that damaged 6 tractor trailers at the General Mills plant in Georgia. It’s hard to see this as a coincidence. pic.twitter.com/wkppic1lhg
— Ben Shields (@benspolitics) April 22, 2022
- In July, Firefighters battled a large fire at the River Valley Ingredients plant in Hanceville, Al. The cause of the fire, as reported at the time by NBC affiliate WVTM-TV, was unknown.
- Another July fire at the Kellogg factory in Memphis, Tenn. was determined to be an accident and no injuries were reported. Dozens of crews were called in to help fight the fire due to the brutal heat, reported Fox 13 Memphis.
Are you starting to see how there is no way this is just a coincidence? Make sure your pantries are stocked and if you don't garden, perhaps now is the time to start.
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