McDonald's PH Admits 'Limited' Fries Supply, Regular Size Still Available

Blame it on the global freight crisis.
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McDonald's Philippines on Thursday said supplies of fries is "limited" due to the global freight crisis and that for now, customers will need to make do with the regular sized portion.

For several days, fast food customers on TikTok have wondered what happened to McDonald's delivery menu after the large and BFF size options were removed.

In the advisory late Thursday, McDonald's said stores "will still continue to serve regular fries" without explicitly saying that sizes medium, large and BFF were unavailable.

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In parts of the world including Japan and Malaysia, french fries are served in smaller quantities due to shipping issues of potatoes.

In February, a spokesman for McDonald's Philippines told reportr that while there's "pressure from the on-going global potato supply chain constraints", the local franchise operator can still manage its inventory.

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