The butterfly effect: What caused the KFC crisis of 2018?

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In February 2018 British customers of KFC were being left hungry for fried chicken, as restaurants up and down the UK were unable to serve it owing to a supply crisis. Find out exactly what led to this – and why the chain of blame leads all the way back to the Dutch West India Company – by hovering over the infographic below…

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