Why is there no bread at all in my supermarket?
A chocolate banana loaf and homemade garlic bread can be found on the shelves at supermarkets, but it is just not in my local supermarket, says Ms Della Poggi.
In her native Sicily, she lives in a town where there is a small bakery that sells bread but the shop is closed, so she cannot find anything to eat.
I had a few days ago at a bakery in Palermo, but when I came back it was closed, too.
The baker said they were in the process of closing, so the customers will be forced to go to a nearby bakery.
If you do not have enough time to get a good bakery, I think there is also a danger that you will not find anything, she says.
It is like a dream.
There is nothing to eat, but there is no bread.
This has happened to me a lot recently.
But the supermarket in which I live, in Naples, does sell some bread, but they are not available for delivery.
At home, I eat bread, as I have done for a long time, but not with garlic bread.
This is not a problem for me, says Miss Della.
Bread is an important staple for many families.
However, for those who live in remote areas and do not own their own land, the cost of bread can often be prohibitive, which can make it hard for people to make ends meet.
The situation in the US is very similar, where many small businesses struggle financially to meet their basic needs, such as bread, milk, and other essentials.
While the US may be a nation of big business, small business owners can still be squeezed by a shortage of fresh produce.
Food insecurity is widespread in the world.
The World Food Programme estimates that as many as 40 million people in developing countries lack access to basic foods.