- 8/8/1973 – WINDSOR, ONTARIO: Detroit-area shoppers are crossing the Canadian border for beef in numbers that merchants say haven’t been equalled since the meatless days of World War II. Retailers said 8/8 that the vast majority of their customers in the past week or so have been Americans unable to find or afford beef in U.S. supermarkets.
A quick Google search reveals some information about the US beef shortage. Anyone remember the shortage? Did it affect prices in Windsor/other Border Cities?
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