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empty shelves? See which of these 4 ‘deficiencies’ are most searched in every state

A milk shelf is mostly empty at a giant grocery store in Washington on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. Shortages at US grocery stores have risen in recent weeks as new problems — such as the rapidly spreading Omicron version and severe weather — have piled up supply chain conflicts and labor shortages, which have plagued retailers ever since. has plagued since the coronavirus pandemic began. (AP Photo/Parker Purifoy)

(NEXSTAR) — The combination of severe weather and supply chain headaches linked to COVID-19 in recent weeks has once again left some US grocery stores empty.

The Omicron version has risen to pandemic-era stocking challenges by rapidly spreading through the workforce at every level of the industry, such as it is in professional sports, on Broadway, and in the airline industry.

Conagra Brands President and CEO Sean Connolly warned investors last week that workers who help prepare frozen vegetables, Slim Gym snacks and other products have been hit hard by the virus. Connolly said absences related to Omicron are expected to slow US plants for at least next month.

Supermarket chains like Steve Leonard’s, which has locations in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, had four times more sick or quarantined workers — about 200 — last week as they usually do, CEO Steve Leonard Jr. told the Associated Press.

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empty shelves? See which of these 4 'deficiencies' are most searched in every state
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The end result has disappointed shoppers searching for a variety of items, Google found, but it also comes down to these trending searches in the past week: “cream cheese crunch,” “chicken crunch,” “potato crunch” and “Lack of hot Cheetos.”

Of the four, Hot Cheetos were most searched for in California and Arizona, while New Mexico was most concerned about potato shortages. A potential chicken shortage was a concern in a wide area of ​​the country, from Oregon to Texas and northeast to Massachusetts. Bagels appeared in the minds of shoppers along East Beach, where “cream cheese crunch” was the major find.

Wyoming and Montana showed gray at the time of publication because they did not have the same level of interest as other states.

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