I have not seen any shortages in the wholesale market but prices have certainly increased at the distributor level. Wholesale chicken breast was 60 cents/lbs before the apocalypse. Today I paid $1.20. Ground beef- Angus 80/20, was $2.20/lbs and now it is $3.10. Everything else has increased as well. Y'all might not have seen it too much yet but the increases are coming to you as well. Restaurants and supermarkets are at the end of the supply chain and deal directly with the public so they try hard to keep prices low for as long as possible. Restaurants especially try hard to delay since consumers always think they are making more money. Really they are just passing along the increased cost, albeit as slowly and as little as possible. Distributors don't care and do not need to, so that is where the increases show up first. You'll see them eventually if these trends continue. Just a heads up.