Due to the coronavirus pandemic, there are considerable losses in logistics and supply chain ecosystems. Among the giant coffeehouses, Starbucks has reported shortages of the necessary ingredients for the coffees like vanilla and cups. Disruptions and delays at customs have resulted in excessive waits and premium costs, and Starbucks is no exception. However, during these times, a perfect occasion has arrived that is creating distress in the economy. As the demands have surged, the companies are strategizing and planning to climb their way up the ladder. On the other hand, consumers are excited to invest and gain profits after the deadly pandemic. Continual supply disruptions significantly impact every business, and supply chains are becoming brittle and unsustainable. According to a poll conducted by the National Retail Federation, 98 percent of those surveyed said that delivery postponements had negatively affected their business. Businesses all across the globe are coping with volatile pricing and massive shortages of supplies. And the greater consumer transition is putting even more strain on an already weakened distribution network.