Supermarket supply shortages sees shelves stripped bare | 7NEWS

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Supply chains remain under stress.. as Australia grapples with the Omicron outbreak. Despite changes to isolation rules, issues remain at every link in the supply chain. From farms and abattoirs.. through to distribution centres, truck drivers.. and supermarket staff. And while we’re slowly getting back on track, it could still be a while before stores are fully stocked.

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