Midwest Grocery Chain Forced to Move Baby Formula Section to Front of Store Due to Shortages – Biden Stickers Pop Up in Stores
Local St. Louis Schnuck’s Grocers moved baby formula supply to the front of the store due to the ongoing national shortages.
Schnuck’s is one of the largest grocery chains in the St. Louis market and operates over 100 stores in four states.
The stores notified shoppers this week that the baby formula was moved up front.
Notice the Joe Biden “I Did That” sticker on the store sign!
74% of baby formula products are out of stock in the US today.
Several states have over 87% shortage of baby formula.
74% of baby formula products are now OUT OF STOCK nationwide and Joe Biden is currently on vacation. pic.twitter.com/SgfvaIZIqq
— Kyle Martinsen (@KyleMartinsen_) June 3, 2022
Joe Biden admitted he was warned about the current baby formula shortage and its seriousness months ago.
BIDEN: “I don’t think anyone anticipated the impact of…the Abbott facility.”
REPORTER: “Didn’t the CEOs just tell you that they understood it would have a very big impact?”
BIDEN: “They did, but I didn’t.” pic.twitter.com/ge0go5gAPp
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 1, 2022
But the situation has not improved and now stores are forced to move their product to the front of the stores.