Lebanon: Closed supermarkets and empty shelves when food crisis hits

Protesters have returned to the streets of Lebanon in recent days as the country’s economic collapse, which has led to the collapse of its currency, continues to trigger widespread difficulties. Now the crisis has forced supermarkets and grocery stores around the country to close temporarily, which raises concerns that a country that is dependent on imports may soon face food shortages.

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