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Meat Shortages In U.S. Prompt Removal Of Burgers From Restaurants

Meat Shortages In U.S. Prompt Removal Of Burgers From Restaurant Menus

Photo Credit: Fast Food Menu Prices / Courtesy of Wendy’s

Due to the ongoing coronavirus, meat shortages have been largely impacting areas throughout the U.S. As a result, this has also left restaurants, like Wendy’s, with no other choice but to remove their burgers from the menu. Customers have taken to social media to complain, but it’s really not under their control.

According to Yahoo! Finance, the Wendy’s app only shows chicken items were available for takeout and delivery from some of its stores in CA. This has also been affecting people in other states. Customers have since been asking “Where’s the beef?” on social media, a popular 1980s catchphrase that Wendy’s used to use, poking fun at smaller burgers from other chains.


Restaurants like Wendy’s experiencing meat shortages

meat shortage in US prompts removal of beef from restaurant menus
Restaurants like Wendy’s experiencing meat shortage / Twitter

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