Meat Shut Down
The WEF’s promised “cyberpandemic” has hit our food supply, as the biggest animal protein producer in the world, JBS, stopped operations worldwide after a cyberattack. The situation may escalate quickly as live animals are involved, and require feed. But more importantly, Is this just a scripted event to move us to the WEF’s desired post-animal economy, and to hide a global shortage of grains?
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JBS – Colonial Pipeline – Klaus
BS USA, the world’s largest meat supplier, says it was the target of an “organized cybersecurity attack.”
In a statement, JBS, which has its U.S. headquarters in Greeley, Colorado, said the attack affected some of its servers supporting its North American and Australian IT systems.
Earlier in the month, a cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline, a key artery in the nation’s energy infrastructure, temporarily disrupted the transportation of fuel in the Southeastern U.S. It triggered panic-buying of gasoline and led to gas shortages.
JBS buys European fake meat business Vivera for $530m
The world’s biggest meat processing company, JBS, has made another play into the plant-based protein market, paying about $530 million for Europe’s third largest “fake meat” producer.
The Netherlands-based Vivera company has been producing vegetarian meat substitute burgers, sausages and other meat-free products for 30 years.
It supplies more than 50 lines to about 27,000 supermarkets across 25 European countries, with a particularly strong market footprint in Britain, Germany and The Netherlands.
Australian beef industry leaders say the JBS move – like other global meat companies investing in plant-based protein, including Tyson Foods and Cargill – is about looking at all ways to meet growing global demand for protein.