Shoppers are seeing Higher Prices and Empty Shelves at the grocery store

Empty Shelves

Revelations 18:23:’For the merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived.’

Important Takeaways:

  • Kroger Shoppers Call Out Shortages: “A Lot of Empty Shelves”
  • It’s not a stretch to say that millions of shoppers rely on Kroger for their groceries and other necessities. The company currently operates roughly 2,800 stores—including some under the Ralphs, King Soopers, and Dillon’s brand names—across 35 states, making it the largest supermarket chain in the U.S. But even as a shopping mainstay, customers have begun to take to social media to air their frustration about some locations’ lack of items. Read on to learn more about the shortages reported by Kroger shoppers
  • In a YouTube video posted on Dec. 31, user AdventuresWithDanno took viewers on a walk-through of his own local Kroger store to document what was available for purchase and take note of any changes.
    • “We are at Kroger, and are noticing price increases on groceries, and a lot of empty shelves!”
    • “Just paid $5.49 for a dozen Kroger large [eggs]. Several days ago the same egg section was totally empty,” one user wrote in a tweet on Dec. 31
    • On Dec. 25, one user posted four photos of almost completely bare shelves in one Ohio location’s meat, produce, and frozen food sections, asking “where did all the food go @Kroger?”

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