Wendy’s takes burgers OFF the menu in some restaurants as meat shortages spread across the US leading grocery stores Costco and Kroger to warn of rationing and dwindling supply

Tuesday, May 5, 2020
By Paul Martin

Wendy’s has taken burgers off the menu in some locations due to beef shortage
The US is seeing meat shortages in stores and restaurants as some of the nation’s biggest plants have closed due to COVID-19 outbreaks among workers
Grocery warehouse Costco said on Monday it would limit customers to just three packages of meat per shopper
Kroger supermarkets posted an alert on its website saying there is limited inventory ‘due to high demand’
Over 20 meat packing plants have shuttered following COVID-19 outbreaks
At least 20 workers have died and 5,000 workers have tested positive for virus

5 May 2020

Wendy’s restaurant has taken burgers off the menu in some locations and grocery stores Costco and Kroger have announced limited stocks of beef as Americans start to feel the impact of the pandemic-triggered meat shortage.

On Monday angry customers realized the Wendy’s hallmark item was no longer available for order and only chicken items were available for takeout and delivery at select locations across the country.

‘Where’s the beef?’ some outraged social media users asked, invoking Wendy’s catchphrase from 1980s.

It’s a shocking decision for Wendy’s, which established itself as the first fast-food chain to offer fresh ‘never frozen’ beef, and it’s an eerie foreshadowing for what’s to come at restaurants across the country.

Outbreaks of the virus at meat packing plants across the country have led slaughterhouses to shutter, farms to kill off animals they can no longer feed, store shelves to empty, and now restaurants to alter their menus.

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