Yum! Brands Inc.’s KFC warned that a supply-chain breakdown that has shut more than half of its 900 U.K. outlets would persist for the rest of the week, continuing to deprive fans of their fried-chicken fix. KFC said it’s working with new logistical partner Deutsche Post AG to solve a problem that began over the weekend, leaving only 430 British shops with any chicken to cook as of Tuesday. About 80 percent of the brand’s U.K. eateries are franchised.
Yum! Brands Inc.’s KFC warned that a supply-chain breakdown that has shut more than half of its 900 U.K. outlets would persist for the rest of the week, continuing to deprive fans of their fried-chicken fix. KFC said it’s working with new logistical partner Deutsche Post AG to solve a problem that began over the weekend, leaving only 430 British shops with any chicken to cook as of Tuesday. About 80 per cent of the brand’s U.K. eateries are franchised.
In the wake of so much civic dysfunction, the work of Martin Luther Mathews and Hubert “Dickey” Ballentine shines a light on how to build comity and community.We are reminded repeatedly – especially in recent years – that we live in a polarized community. Blacks and whites. Police and protestors. Rich and poor. #stlverdict #Ferguson #DelmarDivide.Many St. Louisans would like to tell the world: “That’s not us.” Except the evidence seems pretty overwhelming that yes, it is us.
@ilimburg@Lufthansa_DE Hallo Herr Limburg, ich bin Journalist und suche einen Gast, der kürzlich Lufthansa mit einer 747 zwischen Berlin und Frankfurt geflogen ist. Ich schreibe eine Magazingeschichte dazu. Würden Sie mir ein paar Fragen zu Ihrem Flug beantworten? firstname.lastname@example.org Danke! R. Weiss
@mathiasrichel Hallo Herr Richel, ich bin Journalist und suche für eine Magazinmeldung einen Gast, der kürzlich 747 von Tegel nach Frankfurt geflogen ist. Würden Sie mir ein paar Fragen beantworten zu Ihrem Flug? Sie erreichen mich unter email@example.com Danke! Gruss Richard Weiss
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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