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FTC now into shutting down churches and ministries.

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If you didn’t think it was needed to store your own food and supplies for what may lie ahead, take a look at this article: This article actually has me concerned for the Mormon (LDS) Church. This is a church that believes in preparing to provide food for their own families and those in need in case of disaster. What if the FDA/FTC sees THAT as a threat too? You know, the Federal TRADE Commission can’t jack up the price, like they will when shortage and disaster hit, on things that are already stored….Hmmmm….be careful LDSers….no, really. download welcome to the […]

Wheat and corn prices effect more than baked goods.

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Have you looked at just about any box of ‘packaged’ pre-prepared food in the store for ingredients? What about some of the processed ‘meats’ that are the staples for the Standard American Diet (yes, SAD is a very good acronym for it)? Most foods contain wheat.  In some form or another wheat (and corn) have found their way into some of the oddest foods you would think! Mostly they are ‘fillers’ but yet, the wheat and corn are hidden in the ingredients, and thus, will affect prices. According to Hilton Dinner, a bakery owner from Edmonton, Canada, the price of flour […]

Markets are full of 'food' – so where is the crisis?

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In an article found in the Wall Street Journal yesterday (7-8-08)  the two below paragraphs literally jumped out at me: The new famine is not about a crisis in global supply. Markets are full of food that developing-nation consumers cannot afford to buy. Prices for rice, corn, wheat and soy beans, the staple crops for world sustenance, have doubled in a single year. This pinches families in developed countries who allocate 15% of their income to food. In poor countries, where many spend 75% of their earnings to eat, real wages have been cut by a life-changing one-third. A decade of […]

Grain and Food prices compel hoarding

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In a recent news article on ‘Bloomberg.com: Worldwide’ there is this breakdown of two categories of grain price increase: Milling wheat for November delivery on the Euronext.liffe exchange in Paris climbed 7.50 euros, or 4 percent, to 197.50 euros ($312) a ton as of 1:14 p.m. local time. waiting for superman full hd Rice for July delivery added 37 cents, or 1.9 percent, to $20.33 per 100 pounds in Chicago. Rice is up 88 percent from a year earlier, reaching a record $25.07 on April 24, after some exporters curbed exports to ensure local supplies. Now these are just two small examples […]

Food shortage and food prices – the long haul.

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In an April 7th, article of the New York Times, the author ends with these words after going down the list of causes both in and out of our control about the shortage of food: “But it’s not clear how much can be done. Cheap food, like cheap oil, may be a thing of the past. ” wake the movie to download In a more recent article in the International Herald Tribune, a writer interjects this paragraph: “Apparently, high energy and grain prices, the impact of climate change and the growing demand for biofuels have all contributed to the scarcities. […]

Food rationing hits home.

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In an article in the New York Sun, Josh Gershtein wrote a few very interesting and quotable remarks: “Many parts of America, long considered the breadbasket of the world, are now confronting a once unthinkable phenomenon: food rationing.” “…Major retailers….are limiting purchases of flour, rice, and cooking oil as demand outstrips supply.” “…most Costco members were being allowed to buy only one bag.” movie net the man from nowhere (ajeossi) movie freight download movie the american trailer telecharger devil dvdrip His article goes on to make more references to food rationing that is taking place in America, home to what […]

Grain shortage and rising food prices: worldwide crisis.

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Rising world food prices have sparked Egypt’s government into a struggle to contain a political crisis. Violence has broken out at long subsidized bread lines, and the president is worried about unrest. He has ordered the army to step in.  At least seven people have died, according to police — two who were stabbed when fights broke out between customers waiting in the long line, and others died from the exhaustion of waiting in line. The World Food Program on Monday this past week have urged countries to help it by bridging a funding gap in more food assistance caused by higher prices of food and grains.  […]