At the start of the pandemic, supermarket meat counter shelves were sometimes empty as the country’s major meat packers were forced to shut down or reduce production. At Full Moon Farm in Gardiner, the shortfall in grocery stores meant more business than usual. As a result, customers accustomed to paying $4 to $5 a pound for ground beef were willing to spend nearly double that.
“I had to close my little self-service…farm shop because they were coming day and night. People were hoarding,” said Paul Colucci, owner of Full Moon Farm.
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