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Greggs blames ‘temporary interruptions’ in supply for products missing from shelves


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Greggs has become the latest food outlet to be hit by supply chain problems with some products containing chicken missing from its shelves.

The bakery chain said it was seeing “temporary interruptions” in the supply of some ingredients – though there is no problem with its chicken bake products.

It comes a day after fast-food chain McDonald’s pulled milkshake and bottled drinks from its menu due to supply chain issues.

A Greggs spokesperson said: “There are no current supply issues with our chicken bakes and our customers can continue to enjoy these as they usually would.

“Unfortunately, like others, we’re seeing temporary interruptions in supply for some ingredients which occasionally results in shops not being able to maintain full availability on all lines.

“However, we have a wide range of choices in our menu for customers happy to buy an alternative.”

Supply shortages have taken their toll on a

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