Welcome to the Second Great Depression.
Events in America and across the world have reached the feared economic collapse, driving all the nations of the world into financial ruin and chaos. Your job, you know the one with the really big, stable company?
The average American eats two hundred and twenty pounds of meat per person annually. That is a 30% increase since the 1950s. The price of meat has only risen dramatically since that time, averaging $2.50 and more as other prices of production rise. That’s about $550 per person per year; a family of four would spend $2,200.