seeds of the shortage started in 2020. Once warehouse supplies ran out, the lack of manufacturing during the worst part of the pandemic started catching up to retail shipments. That and a few supermarkets are using this as an opportunity to raise prices: look at their profit margins last quarter. If it’s a REAL problem, profits would be down. If profits are UP, then they know what they’re doing.

seeds of the shortage started in 2020. Once warehouse supplies ran out, the lack of manufacturing during the worst part of the pandemic started catching up to retail shipments.
That and a few supermarkets are using this as an opportunity to raise prices: look at their profit margins last quarter.
If it’s a REAL problem, profits would be down.
If profits are UP, then they know what they’re doing.

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