meat leaves the US shortage Hamburger some Wendy Without

meat leaves the US shortage Hamburger some Wendy Without

Meat shortage of roiling the United States, some restaurants have taken Wendy Burger – his point of trademark – from the menu. Customers have taken to Twitter to complain that it can not order burgers from the restaurant, which announces its fresh beef, never frozen in its marketing. A check on Wendy app showed that only chicken products to take away or to supply at least some of its stores in California were available contracts. The situation has prompted a number of customers asking, “Where’s the beef” poked on social media, the slogan of a Wendy called from 1980, sold by other funny little hamburger chains. meat supply chain in North America has collapsed as outbreaks Shutter slaughterhouses, raise the prospect that pork, beef and chicken disappear from the food shelves and restaurant menus. About a dozen slaughterhouses closed last month due to infection among employees on the production lines jammed together. Wendy spent years establishing itself as the first chain of fast-food important not to offer meat fresh frozen beef. Rivals such as McDonalds have followed this model. It is a change that some companies vulnerable to disruptions of American beef supply chain of those who left, imports from Australia are still based and other countries. For Wendy bottlenecks appear only a few areas previously affected. Elements such as the “Baconator” bacon cheeseburger, for example, had to order more in Chicago. Wendy did not immediately respond to a request for comment. -With the help of Jonathan Roeder and Lydia Mulvany.
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