The distribution chain deficit only got fowl: Chick-fil-A is restricting the amount of sauces it is giving out to customers due to limited inventory.

The chicken chain said Wednesday that industry-wide supply chain problems, which are impacting basically every facet of the market, has led to a”deficit of pick items” which Chick-fil-A functions, such as sauces.
In reaction, Chick-fil-A is just giving clients one dipping sauce cup each item ordered at most of its 2,600 US restaurants.
“We’re working to make alterations to fix this matter quickly and apologize for our clients for any inconvenience,” the firm said in a statement.The series said it is working to repair the sauce source problems as swiftly as possible.
Fast food restaurants are hit especially hard lately with a labour shortage and supply chain problems. By way of instance, ketchup packs have come in short supply amid increased need. Heinz recently declared a 25% increase in manufacturing.

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Important chains, including KFC, Buffalo Wild Wings and Wingstop, are”paying exorbitant prices” for poultry and providers are having difficulty maintaining need due to problems attracting employees. Fortunately for Chick-fil-A, the business states it has not been influenced by the poultry deficit.