Supply chain problems continue to plague the restaurant industry, which led several chains Taco Bell and Starbucks to warn consumers on Monday that some items may not be available.
Starbucks told customers of its app that “due to lack of supply, some items are temporarily unavailable.”
That echoed warnings persisted in chain locations for months. Consumers on social media channels complain about the constant shortage of things like green tea.
At Taco Bell, customers complained about the lack of hot sauce. The website of the Mexican fast-food chain warns customers that not all items are available today.
“Sorry if we can’t feed your cravings now. Due to a lack of national ingredients and delivery delays, we may be missing some items, ”an orange banner with a bold letter reads at the top of Taco Bell’s website.
The Louisville-based company, owned by Yum Brands, has been blamed for transportation problems with shortages.
“Due to national transportation delays that have occurred in most industries, we may be temporarily without certain items,” according to a company statement. “Sorry for the inconvenience and we hope to feed today’s Taco Bell fans’ cravings soon.” – READ MORE
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