ROUNDUP: McDonald’s is limiting french fries servings in Japan due to delivery problems

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TOKIO (dpa-AFX) – The fast food chain McDonald’s (McDonald’s share) sells only small portions of french fries for a week in Japan due to delivery problems. From December 24th to 30th, the portion sizes will be limited to avoid further bottlenecks, the company said. The import of potatoes was delayed – because of flooding in the port of Vancouver in Canada and because of the general logistics problems caused by the Corona crisis. To compensate, efforts are being made to import by plane, it said. Around 2,900 McDonald’s fast-food restaurants in Japan are affected.

At the moment, no customers in other markets are affected, said McDonald’s on request on Wednesday. The company is closely monitoring the situation around the world, said a spokesman for the Chicago-based group of dpa./cfa/DP/nas


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