The food processing industry is struggling to meet the demand for meat and other processed foods in the U.S. and abroad.
In fact, food processing is already experiencing a shortage, with prices continuing to climb, according to a recent report from the Center for Food Safety, a consumer watchdog group.
The number of food processing plants operating in the United States has fallen by more than 70 percent since 2009.
This shortage has been exacerbated by the rise in antibiotic resistance, according a study by the Center on Food Safety.
As the number of meat processing plants grows, they are forced to produce more antibiotics.
These antibiotics are often added to meat and produce more antibiotic-resistant meat.
As a result, many U.N. Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) experts have called for a more concerted effort to reduce the use of antibiotics in livestock production.
The problem is that while most of the antibiotics are not used for food purposes, they can be absorbed through the skin, the gut and into the bloodstream.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that the antibiotic resistance crisis is worsening.
The WHO has found that antibiotic resistance in the meat and poultry industries is particularly acute, and is a global problem.
And the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization ( FAO ) has warned that overuse of antibiotics could result in an outbreak of food poisoning and a global food security crisis.
The United States is the world’s largest exporter of meat, dairy and poultry products.
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), nearly 40 percent of all U.K. meat and meat products are produced in the country.
In 2016, the U,S.
beef industry accounted for 16 percent of the U