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TOO MUCH BACON BUT NO PRICE DECREASE

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(Bloomberg) -- America is sitting on a mountain of uneaten bacon.

More than 40 million pounds (18,000 metric tons) of pork bellies, the cut used for bacon making, were sitting in refrigerated warehouses as of Sept. 30, according to U.S. government data released Tuesday. That’s the most for the month since 1971.
The overhang came after a build up in the American hog herd. Pork output surged over the summer months and through September, said Dennis Smith, senior account executive at Archer Financial Services Inc. Bellies have seen a magnified inventory increase because demand is mostly domestic, unlike cuts such as ham, for which overseas buying can help reduce reserves. ''....

More Here: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/america-pile-uneaten-bacon-biggest-220335498.html
 

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open border free trade globalists rejoice in their ability to control prices despite fundamentals

anti-tariff tards, take notice
 

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I’m sure China will be ready to buy up given the pork herd die-offs due to swine flu. Probably why they wanted a quick end to trade war.
 

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I’m sure China will be ready to buy up given the pork herd die-offs due to swine flu. Probably why they wanted a quick end to trade war.
and it'll come back as McRibs
 

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Ive seen bacon jerky so there must be.
 

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Bacon Jerky, that sounds good

Back Bacon Jerky, big slabs...
 

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Is there such a thing as freeze dried bacon?
Freeze Dried is very different from Flash Frozen. Have you ever fixed frozen veggies? THOSE are products flash frozen.
 

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I'll take bacon in any form. Freeze dried would be fun.
 

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I'm buying 1.5 lb packs of thick cut local brand premium for around $7.50.
 

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It' impossible to have "too much bacon"
 

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I'm buying 1.5 lb packs of thick cut local brand premium for around $7.50.
I just found the Wally-World version of that under 6 bucks.
 

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back at ya
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