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21 Endangered Foods

Goodbye bacon, beer, coffee, and more

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    The U.K.'s National Pig Association revealed that a world shortage of pork is expected in the coming years. Stock up while you can!

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    The fuerte avocado has the same popularity problem as the yellow watermelon. Supply and demand.

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    Water shortages might be the end of one of the world's most beloved alcoholic beverages. BEER.

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    An increase in hurricanes and unstable climate have hit the coffee industry and predicted a huge decline in the next several decades.

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    Scientists at the British Meteorological Office say wheat might be gone from Italy by the latter part of this century because wheat needs lots of rain and cool temperature to grow.

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    The diet staple of most Americans is being threatened because peanut plants are very vulnerable to droughts and floods, which have hurt yields and hiked prices in recent years.

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    Colder northern areas well-suited for growing strawberries are have warming temperatures that threaten strawberry harvests.

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    No more bees, no more honey! The honey bee has been on the decline for awhile due to climate change.

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    Pancakes will never be the same! Acid rain, unpredictable weather, and insect infestations are destroying maple trees.

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    The pawpaw fruit's habitat is being destroyed and doesn't pollinate easily.

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    Apple Country in New York is heating up! If apples don't get a frost, they don't crisp. Mushy apples. Gross.

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    Chiltepin Pepper are wild peppers that grow in the Southwest but not for long because their natural habitat is being threatened.

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    Kentucky bourbon relies heavily on the changing of the seasons but with the climate becoming unpredictable, so will bourbon production. I will miss you dearly.

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    Commercial fishing and hotter climate mess up the life cycle of fish. Most fish are already becoming endangered.

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    Agave crops in Mexico need a lot of water to survive but are being impacted by droughts.

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    The Algonquin squash is originally from the area of the U.S. is starting to decline.

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    Oyster beds are being destroyed from commercial fishing so these guys don't have a chance to repopulate.

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    Chocolate will be impossible to find as rising temperatures and different rainfall patterns threaten cocoa crops in places like Ghana and the Ivory Coast, which produce half of the world’s chocolate.

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    You better start your cellar now because as California state heats u, wine production slows down.

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    Consumers prefer their melon pink, not yellow. Since no one wants it, no one will grow it. Adios yellow melon.

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