On Wednesday, Whataburger introduced by way of Twitter that some eating places won’t offer white buns or Texas Toast, attributable to a high quality subject with a provider.
Later within the day, Raising Cane’s launched the same assertion regarding the restaurant’s Texas toast.
This comes following the two-day closing of all Texas In-N-Out stores due to an issue with their hamburger buns.
Both quick meals chains declare this isn’t a well being subject, however merely a high quality commonplace.
Whataburger launched the next assertion:
“We voluntarily eliminated white buns and Texas Toast from a few of our eating places within the DFW space, East and West Texas, Oklahoma and Northwest Arkansas due to a high quality subject with considered one of our suppliers. There’s no well being threat in any respect, reasonably an influence on our bun’s taste brought on by an unbalance within the yeast, and we wish to make certain our prospects get the perfect product.
We perceive that is irritating to our loyal prospects and apologize to these impacted by the scarcity. We’re joyful to make any burger or sandwich utilizing a wheat bun, flour tortilla or bun-less on a platter at no additional cost. Customers visiting a restaurant experiencing a scarcity of buns can take pleasure in prolonged breakfast hours till 1pm right now.
Our bread is baked each day and our groups are working across the clock to ship contemporary buns right now and we stay up for getting again to enterprise as typical simply as quickly as we are able to.”
Raising Cane’s launched the next assertion:
“At Raising Cane’s, we never sacrifice quality and because of this, our Texas restaurants are regrettably not serving our Texas toast. This is not a food safety issue. Our bread delivery did not meet our high quality standards for taste and therefore we are offering customers a substitution of another side item or additional chicken finger. We are hoping to have this resolved by tomorrow.”