McDonald’s UK restaurants run out of milkshakeson August 24, 2021 at 7:42 am

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The fast-food chain confirms that supply chain issues have caused it to run out of the drinks.

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McDonald’s says it has run out of milkshakes at its UK restaurants.

The fast-food chain said it was experiencing some supply chain issues, which had affected the availability of a small number of menu items.

These products also include some bottled drinks, which are temporarily unavailable in its 1,250 outlets in England, Scotland, and Wales.

The problems emerged because of low stock distribution caused by the continuing shortage of HGV drivers.

Last week, Nando’s was forced to close about 50 of its restaurants after running out of chicken.

Rival KFC also warned recently that supply chain issues meant it was unable to stock some menu items.

At the same time, dairy giant Arla has had to cut back on milk deliveries to supermarkets because of a shortage of drivers.

A spokesman told the Independent newspaper the company was “working hard to return these items to the menu”.

Firms from a number of sectors in the UK have been battling with a supply chain crisis due to a shortage of lorry drivers. They blame post-Brexit EU immigration rules, Covid-19 restrictions and self-isolation rules.

Business groups representing the retail and transport sectors have been calling for the government to reverse its decision not to grant temporary work visas to drivers from the EU.

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