by Susan Duclos, All News Pipeline:
The sign above was sent to ANP by a reader in NW New Jersey – a rural area and the date shown in the bottom right side is August 24, 2021, giving us a time frame of when this particular store in this state printed up those signs and started announcing they were having supply chain issues.
The message accompanying the image said:
Hi Susan and Stefan,
Saw this sign on Monday when I went to the store. This is in NW New Jersey – a rural area. Forgot to take a picture but the butter section was low too.
Will keep on sending as I can.
As seen in previous food shortage pieces in this continuing series, milk, creamers, eggs and dairy seem to be products where we are seeing shortages in multiple states from one end of the country to the other, with this being the first image of a sign like this that has been sent to ANP during this second wave of supply chain shortages, even before the nation had a chance to catch up from the first round.
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In the images our wonderful readers have sent since the last article on food shortages, we see a continuing pattern of specific types of foods, drinks and other products, being depleted from store shelves, while other states and/or store chains have different issues beginning, helping to show us what we need to be stocking up on before it is too late, and too expensive, even when purchasing online.
Before getting into the pictures sent showing the massively increased prices for meats, especially in comparison to a year ago, or even two, and the empty shelves from different states, we want to once again thank our readers.
Having so many different readers sending us visual evidence of what is happening, and how serious the issue is, despite being downplayed by the MSM, does a better job informing and offering proof of the assertions, that a million typed words could.
So, thank you.
|Image used previously from Wilmington North Carolina|
The only reason I used an image from a previous piece above , is to prove our assertion that milk, eggs, and dairy of different forms is turning into a serious food supply issue from coast-to-coast, as multiple readers have noticed, some of which have sent over images of those sections.
As images are used, we will list reasonably priced substitutes to what you get at stores, with timely delivery dates.
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SHORTAGES IN LOUISVILLE, KY
The image above and those directly below are from a Kroger in Louisville KY. The cold cuts are yet another section where we have seen in previous emails an issue with different stores, in different states seemingly having an issue with keeping them stocked.
The reader stated in the email with the cold cut section images “The cold case meat items have been out for as long as I can remember.”
Gatorade, again we used an image in the last piece, showing the same type of empty Gatorade section in another state/store.
This is indicative of a supply chain or manufacturer issue rather than a particular store simply having a problem with their ordering process.
Same goes for sodas or as some would call them, pops. Previously people have shown us images of single rows of Pepsi products with no products behind the first row, and now we see it goes beyond Pepsi and into other brands of soft drinks.