Send us your photos of empty store shelves! Caleb Parke, the managing editor of Starnes Media Group, photographed a long row of empty shelves at a Kroger in Ohio. Other folks are posting similar photos of stores and markets that are struggling to keep items on the shelves.
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Empty shelves. pic.twitter.com/9FLKmdB14K— Caleb Parke (@calebparke) November 12, 2021
The labor situation is WILD right now.— Cabel (@cabel) November 11, 2021
Went to a big CVS to get batteries. No batteries. And no aspirin. And no chocolate. Empty shelves.
I asked, “are y’all closing?” He said, “Here’s the deal. This store has two employees, total. I’m one of them… and today is my first day.” pic.twitter.com/Ybxz7gbhLM
Empty shelves everywhere pic.twitter.com/nL45uzFSbj— Dian W. Chain (@DianWChain1) November 2, 2021
Today, November 7th in Columbia, SC. #emptyshelves pic.twitter.com/rR0tXYJw8P— Gretchen Burke ?? ???? (@gmburke55) November 7, 2021
Shipping Crisis, Staffing Crisis, Empty Shelves! — Government Intervention Is A Disaster! https://t.co/NuDWXgXP2a pic.twitter.com/O5xuRDuSQx— az4ronpaul (@AZ4RonPaul) November 13, 2021