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Posted: 1/18/2022 4:22:42 AM EDT
Across Alaska, hundreds of citizens have taken part in the #BareShelvesBiden project created by Must Read Alaska on Facebook. We asked people to post their photos of bare shelves in their communities, and dozens of people already had the photos in their camera phones, ready to participate.

The increasingly bare shelves are on. many Alaskans’ minds. The MRAK “group project” had over 500 comments in two days, many with photos and descriptions of food shortages they are witnessing in stores.

Alaska is at the end of the supply chain. Those in the trucking field say that Anchorage, for example, only has a three-day supply of food on hand at any given time. And while food supply issues have always plagued rural Alaska, with delayed shipments, and sometimes stale provisions, those on the Railbelt and in Southeast haven’t seen it like this since the 1960s.

The problem is not exclusive to Alaska. From Memphis to Milwaukee, news organizations are reporting on shortages on the shelves. In Seattle, the mainstream media said the problem is currently due to weather. But flying over Seattle in December, it was clear to this writer that even then, the shipping containers were stacked up at the port and on barges for miles, as the supply chain has been stalling for months. There were 20 container ships waiting for their turn to pull up to the dock. It’s not looking much better in January.

https://mustreadalaska.com/bare-shelves-concern-alaskans-from-ketchikan-to-fairbanks/
Link Posted: 1/18/2022 1:10:37 PM EDT
[#1]
That’s a great thread. Thanks.
Link Posted: 1/19/2022 2:19:58 AM EDT
[#2]
Some stuff was on the shelves after that story.

Freddie's has stuff coming on trucks and instead of one store on the truck it is split to all the stores.


So far here in a Bush hub shelves did empty out from all the villagers that came in because their store were empty from bad flying weather for over two weeks going back to December into early January.

Many in Bush Alaska have forgotten to keep stock on hand.
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