No Discount Menus in Tablelands or Highlands as KFC Experiences Chicken Shortage | Goulburn Post


First it was empty supermarket shelves, and now the delay in the supply chain has resulted in a shortage of KFC chicken. Also read: No shortage of supply for local producers, small businesses while supermarket shelves remain empty. A statement from KFC said their supply chain and workforce were affected by the latest COVID-19 outbreak. “Rest assured that we are doing everything possible to get back to everyone’s favorites as soon as possible.” he read. “This is not how we wanted to start the year, please be kind to each other, and our staff do their best to provide the chicken we all love.” Also read: Djokovic in court hours after getting his visa – but could still be deported In good news for residents of Goulburn, the KFC on Auburn Street remains relatively unaffected. A spokesperson for the store said they are not currently operating with a reduced menu. In Marulan, a spokesperson for the store said they had received their regular delivery, with everything still on the menu. “Everything is fine at the moment,” they said. In the Highlands, KFC Mittagong said they were also unaffected by the chicken shortage. Also read: Pharmacists urge community to reserve their booster We depend on subscription income to support our journalism. If you can, please register here for the Highlands and here for the Tablelands. If you are already a subscriber, thank you for your support.


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