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Popeyes' fix for the chicken sandwich shortage: Bring your own bun

PRWeek Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
"Make your own sandwich," the chain is telling customers.
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News video: Popeyes Says 'Bring Your Own Bun' to Make a Chicken Sandwich

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Popeyes Says 'Bring Your Own Bun' to Make a Chicken Sandwich. The popular fried chicken fast food chain introduced the chicken sandwich to their menu back in August. Some stores had people waiting in lines that wrapped around the corner to get their hands on the sandwich. The item created such a...

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