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McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski is confident in the chain’s meat supply chain, the chief executive said in an interview with Good Morning America on Thursday. McDonald’s internally announced last week that it would change how restaurants source flesh to combat supply chain concerns . Supply chain issues has already caused Wendy’s to cut back its menu at hundreds of locations , and grocers including Kroger and Costco to limit beef buys. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more tales.

McDonald’s CEO Chris Kempczinski remains confident in the fast-food giant’s meat supply chain, despite meat processing plants across the US being forced to shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.

“For us really what’s been incredible is just through this entire pandemic we haven’t had a supply chain break anywhere in all 40,000 eateries around the globe, ” Kempczinski said in an interview with Good Morning America on Thursday.See the rest of the tale at Business Insider

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