ORLANDO, FL - Supply chain issues combined with impending tropical storms have forced shortages of America’s Favorite Condiment at entire Walt Disney World Resort.
Lerin Avergne, spokesperson and head of food and beverage at Disney Parks, told reporters on Sept 22nd that “delivery trucks are not coming” and suppliers are citing a “fledgling tomato crop this fall” causing ketchup manufacturers to favor other geographic areas and even Disney Corporation’s Fortune 100 standing does not give them priority over other fast food and grocery companies who demand Ketchup around the greater Orlando area.
“I wish we would have known about the shortage and we could have ordered more when our orders were placed for the last delivery” stated Ms. Avergne, who was too busy to comment any further while taking care of her sick husband and 3-month-old infant daughter.
If you read this far, you should know this is just a parody news article and not a real story. We just wanted to mess with our friend who will be attending WDW with us in a few days and eats ketchup like it’s going out of style.
PUT THE BOTTLE DOWN, SIR!
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