Annie Gasparro

food retail reporter for the Wall Street Journal

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Food retail reporter for the Wall Street Journal.

Annie Gasparro on KCRW

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, lots of people were panic buying toilet paper.

Heinz ketchup is now in short supply. Restaurants struggle to shift from bottles to packets for takeout

At the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, lots of people were panic buying toilet paper.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Many grocery stores have shortages of meat, canned goods, and toilet paper. Officials keep saying America has enough food. But there are some issues with the supply chain. Why?

Grocery supply chain struggles to handle coronavirus-driven demand

Many grocery stores have shortages of meat, canned goods, and toilet paper. Officials keep saying America has enough food. But there are some issues with the supply chain. Why?

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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