FILE PHOTO: A closed sign hangs on the window of a KFC restaurant drive through after problems with a new distribution system in Coalville, Britain, February 19, 2018. REUTERS/Darren Staples/File Photo
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Yum Brands Inc's KFC restaurants in the UK are serving limited menus at reopened restaurants after a chicken supply snafu with its new delivery firm, but now are suffering a gravy shortage.KFC, which has 900 restaurants in the UK and Ireland, switched its supplier contract from Bidvest Logistics to DHL on Feb. 14 .A Yum spokesman said on Wednesday that 97 percent of the region's KFC restaurants are open, but are now experiencing gravy supply disruptions. It has invited Twitter users in the UK and Ireland to click on #WheresMyChicken to find their nearest open KFC.Elsewhere, one Twitter user showed two men in full KFC uniforms buying chicken at an Asda supermarket.
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