McDonald’s may be forced to pull many items from its menu due to supply chain problems.
Signs in stores across the UK warn customers that their favorite dishes may be “temporarily unavailable” amid the crisis, while others may be served with missing ingredients.
A poster pinned to the wall and counter at the King’s Road branch in Chelsea, West london, Reads: “Due to supply chain issues, some menu items may be missing and some may be temporarily unavailable.
“We apologize in advance to any affected customers and thank you for your patience.”
The fast food giant confirmed it is experiencing UK-wide supply “pressure”, but declined to confirm which foods or stores may be affected.
It said the signs were “precautionary” and that it has yet to pull anything off the mass menu.
a McDonald’s The spokesperson told The Sun: “Like most retailers, we are currently experiencing pressures in our supply chain, which at times can affect a small number of our menu items at some restaurants.
“We apologize for any inconvenience, and thank our customers for their patience.
“We are working hard to resolve the issues as quickly as possible.”
On Twitter, customers have complained about changes to their orders and some items missing altogether.
Kyle Glenn said: “I went to McDonald’s yesterday and they didn’t have tomatoes because of a supply chain issue.”
Another user said: “I saw the sign up at McDonald’s this week.
“We are replacing our vegetable oil with rapeseed oil due to supply chain issues.”
Earlier this year, Mackis fans were disappointed when Big Tasty served with a slice of tomato instead of two.
and in February, Chicken Big Mac was taken off the menu entirely Sold out within two weeks of launch.
Chicken fans were also furious at the end of last year when Chicken Legend was taken off UK menus.
McDonald’s announced that “supply chain issues were affecting availability” of the highly sought-after treatment.