The 13 Food Shortages To Expect In 2023 – Daily Meal

By Brian Boone

The United States in the 21st century is a place of abundance. We’ve come to expect almost every possible item, including food, and especially staple items, to be available at every corner market, supermarket, and warehouse store virtually any day of the year, and often at any time of day. That’s all thanks to a robust and intricate supply chain that ensures products are available almost always, without interruption. And while that system is pretty reliable for the most part, sometimes real life events create disruptions and wreak havoc on the food supply, with the effects rippling out for years afterward.

So far, in the 2020s, farmers, food processors, suppliers, and grocery stores have been affected by weather problems, diseases, and labor shortages (or even all three factors and then some), which contributed to surprisingly empty store shelves at times. The lasting consequences of plant illness, animal disease, drought, climate change, and the COVD-19 pandemic all but ensure shortages of some important food items in the coming years. Read on to discover some of the things experts say may be hard to come by in 2023.


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