Why Idaho Definitely Does Not Have A Food Shortage
Several articles have been written across the area and the country concerning a food shortage. We've decided to see whether we live in a natural food shortage in our unscientific way. We followed the example of a few extensive digital/print publications that used social media to determine what people were talking about at the supermarkets.
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The Salt Lake Tribune reports that Utahans are facing shortages of cat litter, cough medicine, ramen noodles, and bagged salads. Idahoans who are looking for similar items may have to shop at a few different stores to find those items. It's alarming to see so many empty shelves in area supermarkets.
Although, the current shortages are nothing compared to the run-on toilet paper and disinfectants that we saw at the beginning of Covid. Do you remember the lines of folks outside the stores every morning running to the back of the store to grab a few rolls of toilet paper?
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