Grocery stores now using PHOTOS of food to fill empty shelves
Grocery stores now using PHOTOS of food to fill empty shelves like something ripped straight out of North Korea
According to the federal government, everything is just fine as far as the supply chain goes. In real life, however, grocery stores are starting to plaster up images of fake food on empty store shelves to make it appear as though things are fully stocked.
A London Tesco grocery store went viral on social media after a photo of an empty shelf covered by a fake food poster went viral. It depicted bundles of asparagus that do not exist inside empty produce boxes.
This is not the only store that is engaging in such deception. It would seem as though every country is experiencing some kind of supply chain problem…
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