Snowmageddon in British Grocery Stores: Empty Shelves, Overpriced Bread, Rations | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Snowmageddon in British Grocery Stores: Empty Shelves, Overpriced Bread, Rations

Twitter users have sounded the alarm about food supplies, posting pics of empty shelves in supermarkets in the UK and Ireland as the countries have been hit by the worst snowstorm in decades.

Beast from the East, as social media outlets have dubbed the record snowfall in Britain, has caused major breakdowns in fresh food supply across the British Isles according to numerous reports.

The hashtag #emptyshelves has been trending for several days now as shoppers from both the UK and Ireland have posted on Twitter and Facebook photos of empty shelves in supermarkets Morrisons, Lidl, Londis, Asda, Tesco, Co-op and Aldi. Earlier users had also told of inflated bread prices and bread rations recommended by some stores. Fresh food such as dairy, bread and greengroceries have disappeared from major stores over the past several days due to numerous accidents on local highways as the supermarkets are informing their customers.

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