Pork Processing Capacity Is Down 40% — And Economists Worry About The Long-Term Effects
Experts say meatpacking plant closures have already reduced the country’s pork production by 25%. The consequence is a likely shortage of pork for consumers and a glut of hogs on the other side of the supply chain.
Economist Steve Meyer joins host Tonya Mosley to discuss the ramifications.
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