In the last few years, a very complex political and economic situation has been generated in Venezuela, due to the increases or volatility of prices of food products that can only reveal the appearance of a speculative bubble, which of course, is also identified in the increase of the costs of the rest of the goods and services of the national economy. The general objective of the research was to explain the Factors Generating Stockouts of Basic Consumption Products in the Border Zone of the State of Táchira. The methodology consisted of a field work, descriptive level, non-experimental design, focused on the quantitative paradigm. An intentional sample of 90 consumers was selected from three supermarkets very frequented in the locality reviewed, because these companies allegedly sell products with prices regulated by the national government. It is concluded that the development of each country depends on its ability to make decisions oriented in economic policy, which is required for Venezuela, an eminent economic growth that stimulates productive progress, which dignify the quality of life.