It appears the meat processing crisis is far from over...
Local officials Thursday identified 1,031 workers from Tyson's Waterloo, Iowa plant who tested positive for coronavirus or for antibodies that show they were previously infected. The news came the same day the facility resumed operations following a two-week closure prompted by the coronavirus. via TheHill
There is about to be a severe meat shortage in America as unharvested animals are backed up, severely, at the farm. COVID-19 is disrupting the food chain and while causing inconvenience and sight hardship for some, it's causing sheer disaster at the farm level. https://www.nationalhogfarmer.com/marketing/shelter-place-followed-disaster
This blog post from @NationalPork is revealing. The pork industry is basically begging farmers to hide these mass killings from the public. pic.twitter.com/xnCIaG0adx — Jay Shooster (@JayShooster) April 30, 2020
"Your grocery store shelves may be empty, but there's plenty of meat to ship abroad"
Friendly reminder that JBS is a Brazilian-owned company and should not be confused with Smithfield, which is a Chinese owned company.