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Stores attaching anti-theft devices to food

We are all familiar with seeing anti-theft devices attached to items of clothing and electronic goods to prevent theft, but I have never heard of them being attached to food items until now.

British grocery stores are now attaching security devices to items of food, such as cheese, meat, butter, milk, and baby formula, The Daily Mail reports.

The Daily Mail provides more details:

Photos posted to social media showed £3.99 blocks of cheddar on shelves in an Aldi outlet in Wolverhampton and £8 lamb chops in a nearby Co-Op store with electronic tags fitted to them. 

Another image showed a large pack of Lurpak butter with a security label on it, hours after it emerged that Sainsbury’s is selling a 750gram version of the product for £7.25. The price until recently was £5.90. A 1kg pack of Lurpak is being sold in an Iceland outlet for £9.30. 

Meanwhile, Tesco has fitted security tags to tubs of baby milk. Cans of the formula milk – some of which were priced at £21 – are being protected at Tesco Extra in Streatham, south London. It follows Sainsbury’s recently tagging tubs of Aptamil baby, toddler and follow-on milks.

READ: Supermarkets put security tags on cheese, meat and BABY MILK as cost-of-living crisis bites: Aldi, Tesco and Sainsbury’s forced to protect ‘luxury items’ for hard-pressed families – after a tub of Lurpak butter soared from £5.90 to £7.25 within weeks

Well, food is becoming more valuable:

Meanwhile, governments continue their attack on agriculture

As the world runs out food, governments and environmental fanatics continue their unrelenting attack on agriculture. RELATED: New Zealand Introduces a Climate Change Meat Tax AND IN CANADA: Feds target cereals as major emitter

And, in Holland, the Dutch government is trying to limit how many animals, farmers can raise:

The Bible warns of the high cost of food in end-times

Note, a denarius was a day’s wage, and this verse suggests that at some point a person’s salary would be consumed buying food.

And I heard what seemed to be a voice in the midst of the four living creatures, saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius, and do not harm the oil and wine!” (Revelation 6:6 ESV)

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