McDonald’s in Japan began rationing its fries this week. It said prolonged labor negotiations with port workers have made it difficult to meet demand despite an emergency airlift of 1,000 tons of spuds and an extra shipment from the U.S. East Coast by sea.
McDonald’s in Japan began rationing its fries this week. It said prolonged labor negotiations with port workers have made it difficult to meet demand despite an emergency airlift of 1,000 tons of spuds and an extra shipment from the U.S. East Coast by sea. Eugene Hoshiko AP
McDonald’s in Japan began rationing its fries this week. It said prolonged labor negotiations with port workers have made it difficult to meet demand despite an emergency airlift of 1,000 tons of spuds and an extra shipment from the U.S. East Coast by sea. Eugene Hoshiko AP

McDonald’s in Japan is driven to ration fries

December 19, 2014 10:06 PM

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