Supply chain problems, worker shortages, omicron: Why grocery store shelves are empty
Shelves at grocery stores across the country are bare and fresh produce is sparse. Checkout lines snake through the aisles because of a shortage of workers.
MSNBC anchor and economics correspondent Ali Velshi explains how supply chain snags and labor problems are making grocery shopping more difficult.
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