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Another Food Processing Plant Explodes in Flames amid String of Mysterious Incidents

Chesapeake firefighters battled an industrial fire at Perdue Farms

 on 3rd May 2022 @ 7.00pm
the incidents come as experts warn of global food shortages as the nasty surprise in store for the world in 2022 © press
The incidents come as experts warn of global food shortages as the nasty surprise in store for the world in 2022

Two more food processing plants have caught fire following a strange series of similar incidents in the United States.

The incidents come as experts warn of global food shortages as the nasty surprise in store for the world in 2022.

No one was injured in the fire at a Perdue soybean plant in Norfolk, Virginia, according to WAVY-TV, and the cause had not yet been determined.

"Chesapeake firefighters battled an industrial fire this evening at Perdue Farms in the South Norfolk area,” The Chesapeake Fire Department posted on its Facebook page.

"Plant operators reported a fire in large soybean processing tank.

"Firefighters climbed multiple flights of stairs with hose and equipment to access the standpipe system. Water was applied and the fire brought under control in approximately one hour,” the post read.

on sunday night  fire broke out at a saladino   s food processing plant in fresno  california  according to kfsn tv © press
On Sunday night, fire broke out at a Saladino’s food processing plant in Fresno, California, according to KFSN-TV

The tank was cleared of all soybeans.

On Sunday night, a fire broke out at a Saladino’s food processing plant in Fresno, California, according to KFSN-TV.

No information was available on the cause of that fire.

Although authorities have found no obvious links among the incidents, a number of food processing plants have been damaged in some rather strange incidents.

During his April 22 broadcast, Fox News host Tucker Carlson remarked on the odd series of food processing plant disasters that have befallen facilities all across the nation and noted the oddity that two of these plants were hit by falling airplanes in the same week.

“A plane apparently crashed at a General Mills plant … in Covington, Georgia. Six tractor-trailers were reportedly on fire … This is the second time in a week that something like this has happened,” Tucker told his audience.

although authorities have found no obvious links among the incidents  it comes amid looming global food shortages © press
Although authorities have found no obvious links among the incidents, it comes amid looming global food shortages

“On April 14, a plane crashed into the Gem State processing plant in east Idaho. What’s going on here?” Tucker asked.

“Well, the story gets weirder. Food processing plants all over the country seem to be catching fire,” he said.

Seattle radio host Jason Rantz joined Carlson to give his perspective on the incidents.

“When you’ve got well over a dozen food processing plants and warehouses getting destroyed or seriously damaged over just the last few weeks, at a time when the food supply is already vulnerable, it’s obviously suspicious, and it could lead to serious food shortages,” he said.

Rantz also said the worry exists that these incidents are “an intentional way to disrupt the food supply.”

David Beasley, who heads the United Nations’ food agency, has said the world faces the potential of mass food shortages due to the war in Ukraine, according to the Associated Press.

“If we end the conflict, address the needs, we can avoid famine, destabilization of nations, and mass migration,” he said.

“But if we don’t, the world will pay a mighty price and the last thing we want to do as the World Food Program is taking food from hungry children to give to starving children.”

[READ MORE] Millions of Tons of Grain Stuck in Ukraine amid Fears of Global Food Crisis

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