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Broken supply chain means these products could be out of stock soon

GOBankingRates Logo By Gabrielle Olya of GOBankingRates | Slide 1 of 20: Many of the products people use in the U.S. are manufactured abroad, so the coronavirus-related factory shutdowns in China, India and elsewhere could have ripple effects on the availability of these items here soon — if they haven’t already. Even some products that are manufactured domestically are in short supply as manufacturing facilities struggle to keep up with unexpectedly high demands. Amid these supply chain issues, empty store shelves and out-of-stock items on major retailers’ websites have become the new normal. Find out the products most at risk of going out of stock, plus the products that have already been affected. Last updated: May 1, 2020

Many of the products people use in the U.S. are manufactured abroad, so the coronavirus-related factory shutdowns in China, India and elsewhere could have ripple effects on the availability of these items here soon — if they haven’t already. Even some products that are manufactured domestically are in short supply as manufacturing facilities struggle to keep up with unexpectedly high demands. Amid these supply chain issues, empty store shelves and out-of-stock items on major retailers’ websites have become the new normal.

Find out the products most at risk of going out of stock, plus the products that have already been affected.

Last updated: May 1, 2020
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