(ANSA) – ROME, Dec. 22 – The world’s largest fast food company, McDonald’s, is experiencing a shortage of potato chips in Japan due to the global supply chain crisis caused by the Covid pandemic. BBC reports it.
The company said it was experiencing delays in shipments of potatoes used to make the famous “french fries”. As a result, he decided to reduce food portions from Christmas Eve until December 30th. “McDonald’s Japan will temporarily stop selling medium and large french fries to ensure that all customers continue to enjoy them,” the chain said, explaining that the potatoes used in its restaurants in Japan are usually imported through a port near Vancouver. Canada. To face this moment of crisis, the American company has now decided to use cargo flights. This is not the first time that McDonald’s has faced such a situation in Asia. Potato imports were halted in 2014 due to a protest by workers in the United States, and even then the fast food chain decided to sell only small portions of its potato chips to Japan. (Dealing).
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