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Forget pork. Here's why you can't buy flour

May 2, 2020. Summarized by summa-bot.

SCARBOROUGH, ME - MARCH 27: Shelves in the flour section are largely empty save for a few organic options at the Hannaford supermarket in Scarborough on Friday, March 27, 2020. (Staff Photo by Gregory Rec/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images)

While there have been a lot of stories this week about working conditions for meat processors and a genuine threat to the food supply chain, you can still find plenty of meat in the grocery stores, although that may change now that grocery stores have started to ration how much people can buy.

(CNN)While there have been a lot of stories this week about working conditions for meat processors and a genuine threat to the food supply chain, you can still find plenty of meat in the grocery stores, although that may change now that grocery stores have started to ration how much people can buy.

Not so with flour.

ZW: Has the country essentially run out of flour?

However, we anticipate grocery store shoppers will continue to see in-and-out supply as stores receive flour and restock shelves for a while to come.

Our supply chain and logistics team is actively working with stores and distributors across the country to get our flour back on the store shelves.

ZW: How do you think Covid-19 will change the food industry when it comes to essentials like flour?

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