Meat production is down, while grocery sales of meat are up. Will there be a meat shortage? Is meat the next toilet paper?
Last week a major newspaper said meat production in the US is down by almost 20%, depending on the type of meat. This is because some meat plants are having to close due to Covid-19.
Meanwhile, people are buying more. Grocery stores are selling 59% more meat recently.
If production stays low, it seems that some shortages are inevitable.
The news is mixed.
The good news is, at some point, people’s freezers will be full. People cannot store as much meat as they can toilet paper. The bad news is, meat is important. People need protein.
Here’s the best news: the whey protein isolate in UNJURY® Protein is higher quality protein than the protein in beef, chicken, pork or eggs. You cannot buy a protein that is higher quality, better for you, than UNJURY®.
Unjury not only has a PDCAAS score of 100%...but it has another big advantage. No other protein is higher in leucine. You need the proper levels of leucine to optimally make muscle and other tissue.
We are not advocating eating no meat. Beef and pork are good sources of B vitamins, iron and zinc. But when you need protein for your body, UNJURY® is the best.
So you can keep searching for that skinless chicken breast or you can enjoy high protein UNJURY® shipped directly to your home and available in several delicious flavors. UNJURY has the best tasting protein powders, protein shakes (ready to drink), meal replacements and of course protein bars (which make a great snack).