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KFC pauses popular menu deal due to shortage of chicken, beans, Pepsi Max
KFC says it has paused the popular WOW Tuesday menu deal because the chain is facing a shortage of chicken on the bone, beans, and cans of Pepsi Max.
The WOW Tuesday deal offers nine pieces of chicken, a side order of beans, and a can of Pepsi Max for £5.99.
Company bosses have sent out a memo to all fast food branches warning of the shortage.
According to The Sun, employees have been instructed to take down the "Tuesday Big Deal" banner from all branches and replace it with advertisements from a "contingency folder" that includes "Family Feast" and "Mighty Bucket for One" posters.
To relieve the burden of "consumer displeasure," managers have stated that the WOW Tuesday deal will continue to be available at checkouts as long as chains have a sufficient supply of chicken on the bone.
The message has cautioned that clients will no longer be able to order the deal using kiosks or their phones.
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