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Posted on 29th May 2022
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Anyone who likes fast food will be upset by these shortages.
This article on the BBC reports that KFC in Australia has been forced to put cabbage in its burgers and wraps as the country is struggling with a shortage of lettuce. The company is now using a mixture of lettuce and cabbage, after floods destroyed lettuce crops.
Also, in a few countries, there is a shortage of chicken: