Food stocks in Egypt are running dangerously low.
"Many families in Egypt are fast running out of staples such as bread, beans and rice and are often unable or unwilling to shop for groceries."
The cause, according to the CNN article: "The unrest has paralyzed daily life in Egypt with many grocers closing shop and spotty food shipments."
A search through the English language Twitter feeds and blogs that purport to originate in Cairo would seem to indicate that food shortages—and spiking food prices—are on the uptick.
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