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Fast food chain Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has cut lettuce use in its works in Australia, which is grappling with a lettuce shortage.

According to the BBC’s report, the company informed its customers that it uses a mixture of lettuce and cabbage in its works.

KFC Australia’s statement said, “We are experiencing lettuce difficulties due to the flooding in New South Wales and Queensland. Therefore, until further notice, we will use a mix of lettuce and cabbage in all products containing lettuce.”

PRICES TRIPLED

The Australian public is facing a price hike for fresh fruits and vegetables.

Social media users are posting photos of lettuce, which are selling for over three times the usual price.

KFC had to change its menu in January due to the lack of chicken.

It was announced that 500 thousand people were affected by the floods caused by heavy rain in the Australian state of New South Wales and the capital of the state, Sydney, on 3 March.

In Sydney, according to the first determinations, 2,000 dwellings became unusable, and the loss of life was announced as 19 on 8 March.

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