Store shelves are once again bare as grocery employees call in sick and truckloads of food arrive late to the store.
That is just one of the most recent consequences of the omicron variety, which is putting pressure on the workforce. Investors are feeling the pressure and preparing themselves for a lengthier time of high labor, transportation, and food prices in the future.
Large grocery retailers such as Albertsons, Kroger, and Walmart saw their stock prices fall on Tuesday.
Albertsons' stock plunged 9.75 percent to $28.79 after the close of the market...