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    Welp, this aint good "Tyson Foods chairman warns 'the food supply chain is breaking"

    Welp, this ain't good "Tyson Foods chairman warns "the food supply chain is breaking"

    Check out this article

    The chairman of Tyson Foods is warning that "millions of pounds of meat will disappear" from the national food supply chain
    as the coronavirus outbreak forces food processing plants to shutter.


    https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news...aking-n1193256

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    Yep I saw this and def prices on meat at my store are through the roof

    If you guys are in a jam in your state, my buddy owns a huge company and he is fully stocked on meat. He's in Colorado but he ships Nationwide for $50 bucks.

    This is the highest grade restaurant meats, fish, chicken, etc.

    I have bought several packs from him. I spend about $300 but it lasts me several months. And it lands after shipping in 2-3 days and ships with dry ice so it comes Frozen solid. I love his stuff


    I don't get a dime for referring you guys, but this is a backup plan for anyone here finding themselves out of food.
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    My wife saw a bunch of people walking out of Sam's Club today with freezer units. Meat will soon become the new toilet paper...let the meat hording begin!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyInman View Post
    Yep I saw this and def prices on meat at my store are through the roof

    If you guys are in a jam in your state, my buddy owns a huge company and he is fully stocked on meat. He's in Colorado but he ships Nationwide for $50 bucks.

    This is the highest grade restaurant meats, fish, chicken, etc.

    I have bought several packs from him. I spend about $300 but it lasts me several months. And it lands after shipping in 2-3 days and ships with dry ice so it comes Frozen solid. I love his stuff


    I don't get a dime for referring you guys, but this is a backup plan for anyone here finding themselves out of food.
    www.gourmetgarys.com
    well this is good to know.. I may just take this offer up to be honest... Good looking out man!!!!!!

    Hopeful no one feels a pinch from this, this would be awful, just awful that this great country USA would have a food shortage.. I can't even wrap my mind around the possibility of that even happening..

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    A guy in this forum works for a plant! Maybe he will chime in! Not good! I literally bought $900 in proteins(different cuts every type of animal)plus seafood. Hate buying frozen shrimp ! Gotta do it.

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    I work do plant maintenance for a large dairy product corporation, there has been no slow down in our company. The farmers that supply us milk are in full swing.. My best friend is in poultry plant maintenance and they are full swing as well.. we all are still in production 6 days a week..

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNorm View Post
    I work do plant maintenance for a large dairy product corporation, there has been no slow down in our company. The farmers that supply us milk are in full swing.. My best friend is in poultry plant maintenance and they are full swing as well.. we all are still in production 6 days a week..

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    That is good to hear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNorm View Post
    I work do plant maintenance for a large dairy product corporation, there has been no slow down in our company. The farmers that supply us milk are in full swing.. My best friend is in poultry plant maintenance and they are full swing as well.. we all are still in production 6 days a week..

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    What is your take on this article? Besides the fact that it's fear-mongering..
    If you state that you guys are in full swing, what about other plants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    What is your take on this article? Besides the fact that it's fear-mongering..
    If you state that you guys are in full swing, what about other plants?
    Its possible that there will be some throttle back on a plant by plant bases, especially if someone there tests positive. All food processing facilities are considered essential and are open, we has a few people who reported possible symptoms and they and everyone in contact with them were sent home for a week and were required to be tested and cleared before returning. All processing plants are sanitized daily so the treat of food contamination is highly unlikely..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vision View Post
    What is your take on this article? Besides the fact that it's fear-mongering..
    If you state that you guys are in full swing, what about other plants?
    Not a great pic but this is part of the daily sanitation routine for us, every machine from top to bottom and the floors.. with daily swabbing to inspect for any and all germs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyInman View Post
    Yep I saw this and def prices on meat at my store are through the roof

    If you guys are in a jam in your state, my buddy owns a huge company and he is fully stocked on meat. He's in Colorado but he ships Nationwide for $50 bucks.

    This is the highest grade restaurant meats, fish, chicken, etc.

    I have bought several packs from him. I spend about $300 but it lasts me several months. And it lands after shipping in 2-3 days and ships with dry ice so it comes Frozen solid. I love his stuff


    I don't get a dime for referring you guys, but this is a backup plan for anyone here finding themselves out of food.
    www.gourmetgarys.com
    Thanks Wes, will consider this...and I am way out in New Hampshire.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNorm View Post
    Its possible that there will be some throttle back on a plant by plant bases, especially if someone there tests positive. All food processing facilities are considered essential and are open, we has a few people who reported possible symptoms and they and everyone in contact with them were sent home for a week and were required to be tested and cleared before returning. All processing plants are sanitized daily so the treat of food contamination is highly unlikely..

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    Now that's pretty interesting I guess that's a huge relief.. and that picture is really something else man you guys go above and beyond and really sanitize that place down..
    Off-topic, just for educational purposes.. when you guys come in there and Let it loose like it is in the picture, that pretty much sanitizes everything pretty damn effectively huh? I'm just asking in general..

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    The chemical is an industry sanitizer, is part of a multi-step process. All equipment is stainless steel and the sanitizer is pretty strong.. , inside every tank and tubing that goes from any mix or ingredient tank also gets sanitizer run through the system all the way to where the final product is packed..

    We wear face masks and have sterile gloves at every station as well as gallon jugs of alcohol. There are also sanitizer jets at every door so when you walk in the processing area your shoes are sanitized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigNorm View Post
    The chemical is an industry sanitizer, is part of a multi-step process. All equipment is stainless steel and the sanitizer is pretty strong.. , inside every tank and tubing that goes from any mix or ingredient tank also gets sanitizer run through the system all the way to where the final product is packed..

    We wear face masks and have sterile gloves at every station as well as gallon jugs of alcohol. There are also sanitizer jets at every door so when you walk in the processing area your shoes are sanitized.

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    That's pretty wild man..that's some serious sanitation and ass-kicking right there..

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