We’ve talked about the global shortage in semiconductor chips, but guess what’s the latest product shortage?
Who would have thought that ketchup (or tomato sauce depending on where you live) ould be the latest coveted product.
With COVID-19 shutting down a lot of in-person dining and forcing restaurants to focus on take-out and delivery – which customers are more than happy to do – it’s led to a shortage in the much beloved condiment.
Since January 2020, packaged ketchup prices has risen 13% [via The 21 Hats Morning Report].
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