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Supply chain expert warns panic-buying might start again as COVID-19 cases rise

“As COVID-19 cases start to rise, you’re going to see some panic buying,” said Wendy White, a food safety manager with Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership. “Right now, the food supply chain is secure and we’ve only seen sporadic shortages this fall. As people start to get nervous as cases start to go up, people will change their buying patterns and you’re going to see inevitable shortages because of that.”

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