Supply chain problems are resulting in some empty shelves around the country and in Minnesota. It’s reminiscent of how things were at the beginning of the pandemic and Jamie Pfuhl with the Minnesota Grocer’s Association says…

“Everyone’s a little fatigued and frustrated and when you go in the store and see those empty shelves it’s a natural reflex to say “oh no not again” and to get a little anxious with people around.”

Pfuhl is urging customers not to take out their frustrations on employees. She says supply chain issues are not their fault and stores are doing everything they can to fill the shelves as quickly as possible.