Until the other day I'd never even heard of 'Poliflora' - but whilst browsing the web I picked up that it's a plant derivative which is widely used in the production of adhesive. In simple terms I think it's a natural form of cellulose or similar which in turn provides the 'elasticity' in glue. And, due to the dreadful weather everywhere round the World seems to been having, crops are bad and there's a predicted shortage. Even that didn't faze me, until I delved even deeper - due to the shortage, adhesive is set to double or even treble in price. Mama mia!
Poliflora is used in adhesives used by us crafters! Take a look - I just grabbed a few glue based items I use regularly and all of these are dependant on Poliflora:
Sheesh! I'm gonna stock up for sure - you might well want to do the same if prices are set to double or treble. I've found a long list of adhesives and brands which use Poliflora - just go HERE to check it out and make your own mind up.
Sigh - I thought it was bad enough with Kanban going to the wall, but this is much more serious :(