Fast food chain McDonald’s is facing a french fry problem. McDonald’s, which has stopped selling large potatoes, said the problem was caused by disruptions in the supply chain.

For the past few months, McDonald’s restaurants around the world have been experiencing a problem with french fries. The company explained that the problem was caused by failures in the supply chain.

Fast food chain McDonald’s Indonesia announced on February 2 that “large fries will not be on sale at this time due to a limited supply of fries.”

Taiwan’s McDonald’s temporarily stopped selling French fries in January due to supply issues.

Asian McDonald’s restaurants are heavily dependent on imports of french fries from North America.

In December, floods and landslides disrupted transport in Canada, and McDonald’s in Japan was also restricted from selling potatoes.

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