PLUCKING HELL!: KFC warns of chicken shortage in East Midlands due to ‘disruption’ across UK

KFC said that some items on the menu may not be available when customers visit the restaurant or drive-thru.

Dark days for KFC fans in the East Midlands could be looming again.

Those that lived to tell the tale don’t often like to talk about 2018, when the region went into panic over a chicken shortage at KFC

A number of branches across the East Midland were closed for weeks.

And it could soon be about to happen again!

The fast food brand said that its business had been hit by “disruption over the last few weeks” in a statement issued late last week.

It said that some items on the menu may not be available when customers visit the restaurant or drive-thru. They also said that other items will also be packaged differently than usual.

It also urged customers to be patient with its “incredible teams”.

It is not yet known when the disruption will end.

KFC UK tweeted: “The Colonel has just emerged from a long day at the fryers and wanted to share the following message. Just a heads up that across our country, there’s been some disruption over the last few weeks – so things may be a little different when you next visit us. You might find some items aren’t available or our packaging might look a little different to normal. We know it’s not ideal, but we’re working hard to keep things running smoothly. In the meantime, please be patient with our incredible teams…they’re doing a brilliant job despite the disruptions. We can’t wait to see you soon for your next fried chicken fix. Thanks for understanding.”

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