Grocery Stores “Prep” For Second Wave Of COVID-19 By Stocking Up On Inventory

by | Sep 28, 2020 | Emergency Preparedness, Experts, Forecasting, Headline News | 3 comments

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    If you’ve been paying attention, you’ve noticed since sometime during summer that the mainstream media and “experts” like Dr. Anthony Fauci have been programming us to accept a “second wave” of the COVID-19 scam. It looks like grocery stores are now bracing for that reality, as they stock up on inventory amid fears of another lockdown.

    Brace yourselves. Because it looks like the ruling class is going to try to pull off another lockdown. According to the Wall Street Journal, Associated Food Stores has recently started building “pandemic pallets” to ensure cleaning and sanitizing products are readily available in its warehouses to prepare for high demand through the end of the year.

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    “We will never again operate our business as unprepared for something like this,” Darin Peirce, vice president of retail operations for the cooperative of more than 400 stores told the outlet. If grocery stores sense something is coming and are preparing for another “wave” of this scamdemic, it may be something worth taking note of.

    Also building up their inventory ahead of the holidays is Ahold Delhaize, owner of the Giant and Food Lion chains, which said to be storing 10% to 15% more inventory than it did before the pandemic to ensure it won’t run out of fast-selling items, according to a report by Fox Business. 

    Food manufacturers are also taking precautions in anticipation of the second wave of panic buying over forced lockdowns. Hormel Foods CEO James Snee noted in the company’s third-quarter earnings call that while the company isn’t seeing any COVID-19 outbreaks, it is still making “significant increases” in some of its core center store items such as pepperoni, bacon, SPAM, as the company seeks to mitigate the risk of disruptions from a potential second wave of the virus. “We can’t afford any disruptions,” Snee said.


    It’s getting late in the game to be prepared, but if you can even buy a few cans of extra soup or beans at this point, do so. Anything could help.  If the ruling class pulls off this second lockdown, it won’t be like the first and will finish off the middle class financially.


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      1. It is weird at my local grocery store. They stocked up on generic toilet paper during the last shutdown and hoarding. Now they can’t give the generic stuff away, so they stocked almost all the paper towel aisle with toilet paper too. So there are almost two whole aisles of toilet paper, and only about 1/8th or an aisle of paper towels of very limited brands.
        You have to wonder what weird things people will hoard this time?

      2. If they just sit on that generic garbage toilet paper, in a month or two after another lockdown, people will be fighting over the opportunity to buy it at 3 times the price.

      3. We took our 1 year stock, and pumped it to 2 yr. Getting tougher to manage, but that’s why we write sharpie date of purchase on everything. 15g freezer is pretty full, will throw some more beef and crab legs in there.

        Fool me once. Not twice. Costco toilet paper stocked from the floor to the ceiling.

        The garden was another year of nearly total failure. But once we got the competing failed corn and beans out of there, carrots and tomatoes are doing better. Fall project is to finally build a few compost crates and acquire that harbor freight cheapie greenhouse.

        Take that ridiculous mask off. You look absolutely foolish. When I do wear one to avoid legal charges in Colorado, I just hold it to my face and don’t even bother using straps, constantly removing it to grab things or use my wallet. Or I may use the n95 with the lower strap improperly left on front of face, for longer store visits. Wear that under the nose and I keep mine all greasy and grimey from rolling on the floor and being used in the garage too. Then I like to straight litter the mask all over. They want masks, they can have them. But they won’t be on my face very often or very long. Write ‘mask stupid’ with a sharpie on your n-95 today.

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