The La Niña effect in the Pacific Ocean is leading to rough forecasts this winter in the Northern Hemisphere. Suketu Gandhi, supply chain partner at Kearney, joined Cheddar to discuss the likelihood food prices and shipping get disrupted amid the meteorological event especially considering existing supply chain problems. "The global supply chains are going to be truly disrupted with La Niña," he said, pointing to COVID-19 and political changes as factors. "So, the Jenga called 'supply chain' is just one brick away from falling down completely." In 2011, the last significant La Niña year, food prices reached record highs.