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Written by: Leonard Parker | Houston Business News | 12th May
You're going to have to wait as the company has announced limits on the number of sauce packets that restaurants can give out to customers.
READ ALSO: You can now buy Chick-Fil-A sauces at H-E-B.
On May 4, Chick-fil-A announced on its website that due to ongoing shortages in the industry, items such as sauces would be unavailable at some locations.
According to an email obtained by West Virginia news station, WTRF, customers will be limited one packet of sauce per entree, two packets per meal and three packets per 30-count chicken nuggets.
Sauces affected include the signature Chick-fil-A sauce, Chick-fil-A Polynesian sauce, ketchup and mayo.
In an email to TODAY, a spokesperson said that the company is looking to solve the issue "quickly."
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Chick-fil-A sauce isn't the only thing in short supply amid the global pandemic.
Items such as chlorine tablets, Pokémon cards and computer chips have all been in short supply in 2021 due to various international supply chain issues.
Chick-fil-A to limit number of signature sauces per customer
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