• Kyodo


The disruption of french fry shipments from the United States is pinching restaurants in Japan, and some have taken special measures to make sure they can meet demand.

The problem is being caused by labor unrest at ports on the U.S. West Coast, where shipments of the fast-food staple originate.

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