Posted BY: Susan Duclos – All News PipeLine

With tensions already strained over inflation, record high gas prices, massive food price increases, as well as shortages, with experts warning of more shortages upcoming, we see the “fights” over missing baby formula have begun.  

The short video below is of one woman taking another to task for stocking up on baby formula, clearing the shelves and filling her cart. This is just the beginning, as people get angrier and angrier at not being able to find formula to feed their infants while the Biden regime is stockpiling the product at the border for illegal alien mothers to feed their babies.

That confrontation was verbal, but as we have all seen when witnessing the food riots in other countries, a situation being seen in Sri Lanka right now, with rioters attacking police and burning down the homes of politicians, because of extremely high prices for food and gas, along with  severe food shortages, when people go hungry, when they cannot feed their families, things get very ugly, very fast.

Via Fox News:

Iranian state media has not publicly addressed the protests, but they have been covered by the National Council of Resistance of Iran, an opposition group. Footage shared by the NCRI shows protesters setting fire to a Basij military base in Jooneghan, a city in the Central District of Jooneghan county.

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Iran abruptly raised prices as much as 300% for a variety of staples such as cooking oil, chicken, eggs and milk on Thursday. Scores of alarmed Iranians waited in long lines to snatch up bundles of food and emptied supermarket shelves across the country in the hours before the price hike took effect.

Anyone that thinks “It can’t happen here” is being willfully ignorant, because it starts with verbal confrontations, then grows into pushing matches, shoving, before outright fighting over products, which we have seen time and again with “black Friday” brawls in multiple states, different stores, almost every year.

That type of behavior is over Christmas gifts, not even food, and yet the images, the videos of the chaos, is a warning of how much worse it will get when it is food and basic necessities that are unaffordable completely unavailable.

The video below is a compilation from around 2016 of Black Friday craziness, one of the few that do not have “age restricted” access meaning you would have to go to YouTube to watch it.

This is just a reminder of how crazed people get over just gifts, so you can just image the chaos that will ensue when it is food, and survival at stake.


One of our readers who has often sent us images of different stores in Southern PA,  and Northern MD, recently sent us another series of images from Giant in Red Lion PA, which will be shown below, and the following message was included.



I’ve been sending you photos of shelves in the local Giant Stores and Sam’s Clubs in Northern Maryland and Southern Pa.  I was shocked today when I went to the Giant in Red Lion just south east of York Pa.  There were so many empty shelves I couldn’t begin to send you all the photos I took.  I noticed many completely empty bottom shelves where the stock was just moved up to make it look like there was more product.  Here is a list of the items that had very low inventory.  I will send as many photos as I can from my phone but check out this list.  Giant is usually well stocked except for the items where there are shortages everywhere.  I felt like I was in a third world country.



Laundry Soap



Canned Fruit 

Apple Sauce 

Cooking Oil 

Pasta Sauce 





Frozen Vegetables – [Link to freeze dried – SD

Snacks (chips, party mix) 

Catsup and Mustard 

Refrigerated Juices 

Milk [Link to powdered milk – SD]

Creamer [Link to powdered creamer – SD]

Orange juice 

Cream Cheese 

Bread Crumbs 



Jelly and Jam 

Frozen Breakfast Foods 

Ice Cream 

Baby Formula 

Baby wipes 

Pet Food 

Kitty Litter

Because the list is long, I have went ahead and linked to the online search pages and hyperlinked them to her email text, with just some of the images she sent over attached below.

Thinking here that ordering ice cream online may not be the best of ideas, so why not learn to make it ourselves.

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Reader Images Below, from Giant in Red Lion, PA.

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Those are just a small sample from the series of images from our PA reader, and we will use more of the others in follow up food crisis updates, along with those sent by others.

Images can be sent to

In early May 2022, Food Industry Executive reported “Over Half of Consumers Report Grocery and Food Shortages: Morning Consult.”

Key Quotes:

•  Grocery is the product category currently most impacted by shortages, according to Morning Consult’s latest U.S. Supply Chains & Inflation report. Over half (51%) of consumers surveyed in March 2022 reported experiencing shortages of specific types of groceries and food, up from 43% in September 2021.

• Looking at the effect of shortages vs prices on grocery purchasing behaviors, Morning Consult found that shortages are currently having the biggest impact. Of consumers who considered specific types of groceries but didn’t actually purchase them, 41% said it was due to a lack of availability compared to 35% who said it was due to the price.

On May 11, 2022, TucSon 9 KGUN reported “Farmer warns of higher prices and food shortages coming soon – More expensive corn could lead to higher priced meat

Supply chain issues made it harder to get products onto shelves early on in the pandemic. Post says the next round of shortages will come from not enough food being produced.

Recommended: Stock up on freeze dried meats.


With the MSM too busy trying to protect Joe Biden from his own policies, along with the Biden regime worrying more about the 2022 midterms by canceling student debt, fighting for the federal “right” to continue to kill babies, and other such nonsense, while attempting to cast blame on Russian President Vladimir Putin whenever they do deign to report on the shortages, (Despite the fact that the food shortages and inflation began long before the Ukraine/Russian war), that Americans that still trust the MSM are unaware that this problem is getting worse, not better.

Note: Just imagine  how much the U.S. government could help Americans to feed their families if the Biden regime used the tens of billions being sent to Ukraine, to fix the food supply chain instead of escalating America’s participation in the Russia/Ukraine war.

With 51% of Americans reporting they are observing the food shortages, and prices hikes, and the images ANP readers are providing to us from their local stores proving the point, we are heading towards Sri Lanka type food riots as the problem worsens.

Remember, civilization is only nine meals from anarchy.