Customers in disbelief as 12 KFC outlets across Notts close due to chicken shortage

No chicken any time soon


About half of the fast food chain’s 900 restaurants across the country, including 3 in Nottingham, have been hit with food shortages due to delivery problems and a number across Nottinghamshire are still closed today.

The crisis arrises as the fried chicken chain restaurant switched its delivery contract to DHL, which has blamed "operational issues" for the supply disruption. Only three restaurants in the county remain open according to the latest updates.

A plea goes out from politicians and police to ask chicken lovers to "stop calling". Well thats a load of feathers, am i right? They say that not having access to KFC is "not an emergency", reports the Mirror.

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The sign at KFC in Milton Street

An official list of the outlets which are closed haven't been released yet, but here is a list of the local chicken stations which will be having a lay over for a few days:

Alfreton Road, Radford

Clifton Lane, Clifton

Woodborough Road, Mapperley

Hucknall Lane, Bulwell

Victoria Park Way, Netherfield

Nottingham Road, Mansfield

Fulmar Close, Forest Town

Lincoln way, Newark

Forest Street, Sutton-in-Ashfield

Cross Street Retail Park, Long Eaton

Rutland Street, Ilkeston

Queens Road East, Beeston