Major Food Co CEO Sounds The Alarm On What’s Coming

Bob Unanue is the CEO of Goya Foods and a conservative.

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As president of the largest Hispanic-owned food company in America, Unanue backed Trump.

It wasn’t popular – liberals tried boycotting Unanue’s business – but he didn’t give in.

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Goya Foods serves primarily lower-income populations.

Goya Foods’ CEO is now warning of an impending “food crisis” in America.

Unanue is not referring to caviar when he talks about a “food crisis.”

He’s referring to rice, grains, beans, and other staples of a regular dietary regimen.

His words are as follows:

“We are on the precipice of a global food crisis. God created humanity.

Humanity has created every way to destroy itself — from nuclear to biological to chemical. But now we’ve waged a war — we’ve weaponized food.

In the Ukraine — between the Ukraine and Russia — they represent 50% of the world’s production of fertilizer, 30% of wheat, 20% of corn, 2.5 million acres of sunflowers, other food and minerals . . .

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“We’re going to have to tighten our belt and consume less. We’ve gone from oil independence to oil dependence. We’ve given up that position — to have our oil at cost. . . When we bring in stuff from — let’s say, Thailand — coconut water. We’re paying 10 times the freight we usually pay…

“The biggest component in food and anything is transportation.

The transportation has skyrocketed because we’ve given up our independence.

When you have an unbalance in the food production — in 2008, the price of grains tripled. Why? Because we were planting corn for ethanol instead of rice and grains and other things . . .

When you have an imbalance in the world production — 50% of fertilizer — the farmers are paying double for fertilizer. They’re planting less. Their yields are gonna be less. Costs are gonna go up . . .

“It’s a very tight balance. And if we interrupt the food production, we will have a food crisis. Prices will go through the roof…”

To help explain the situation with fertilizer, here’s a graphic:

As Kari Donovan reported for Republic Brief yesterday:

Recently as many as 20 plus US food processing plants that are headquarters of food processing companies have been damaged or destroyed, but that isn’t anything our government is concerning themselves with at this time.

A General Mills facility was recently hit by a plane in Georgia, and a plant in Idaho appeared to be in the crosshairs well.

New reports indicate that yet another General Mills facility has been damaged in some way—this time by a fire.

This brings the grand total to 22 food processing plants or headquarters, that we know of, which have been destroyed or damaged in some way over the course of just one week, and the odds of that happening organically are making people everywhere wonder if we are watching the managed decline of the United States of America.

The suspicion is growing among citizen analysts because, remember, Democrat Joe Biden has been forecasting that we will experience food shortages.

Tucker Carlson made sure to take note of the mysterious plane which crashed into the General Mills facility in Georgia:

As Republic Brief reported last recently, we have a significant problem on our hands, and it is starting to appear that the pain is self-inflicted and that Joe Biden was expecting it all.

“When President Trump was around, and there was a problem, he would rush to solve it, consulting with industry leaders and the best & brightest in the nation to comprehend the issue, then create a plan, and then act on the plan,” Jeff Miller wrote for Republica Brief.

“China screwing Americans over on trade? We can fix that. Tariffs,” he wrote.

Trump did all these things and more, and this country was in far better shape than the dumpster fire it’s in now because of Biden and the socialist Democrats.”

Biden doesn’t solve problems; he makes them worse, or creates them. For example…

Several food processing plants and food companies were destroyed or damaged just after Joe Biden warned the nation about “very real” food shortages, as Jeff Miller reported.

“There’s one thing to note: Food companies rarely experience fires or explosions,” he pointed out.

Check this out:

According to US News & World Report:

Firefighters contained a massive blaze at a central California food processing plant that prompted authorities to tell thousands of nearby residents to evacuate Thursday and to order tens of thousands more to stay inside their homes.

The fire started Wednesday night at the Taylor Farms packaged salad plant in Salinas, about 110 miles (177 kilometers) south of San Francisco.

The flames were under control by late morning Thursday, but the shelter-in-place and evacuation orders remained while hazardous materials crews worked the scene, said Sophia Rome, a spokesperson for the city of Salinas.

Authorities initially said they feared the fire could generate an explosion and a plume of hazardous ammonia, but the Salinas Fire Department said later that those threats appeared to be minimal.

About 2,700 people living closest to the plant were told that they should evacuate, while 35,000 more were ordered to shelter inside their homes, the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services said in a statement.

Those staying home were told to shut windows and to turn off ventilation systems “until further notice,” the statement said. The shelter-in-place and evacuation orders were finally lifted at about 1:30 p.m.

The flames were under control by late morning Thursday, but the shelter-in-place and evacuation orders remained while hazardous materials crews worked the scene, said Sophia Rome, a spokesperson for the city of Salinas.

Authorities initially said they feared the fire could generate an explosion and a plume of hazardous ammonia, but the Salinas Fire Department said later that those threats appeared to be minimal.

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About 2,700 people living closest to the plant were told that they should evacuate, while 35,000 more were ordered to shelter inside their homes, the Monterey County Office of Emergency Services said in a statement.

Those staying home were told to shut windows and to turn off ventilation systems “until further notice,” the statement said. The shelter-in-place and evacuation orders were finally lifted at about 1:30 p.m.

Despite this, the news doesn’t seem to be concerned.

It’s pretty common for nearly every news network to cover apartment fires in major cities like New York City.

There is a very low probability of a large fire occurring today thanks to safety standards and improved safety materials.

Every time there is a major fire in a commercial building, an industrial setting, or a skyscraper in a city, it makes national news.

In spite of this happening at over twenty food plants, no one in the media (except FOX) is asking about this and that is very curious.