There is a turkey shortage at sandwich shops, meat markets and grocery stores across the United States. If you’ve seen a price increase in your favorite turkey sandwich or turkey dish, blame the recent avian influenza, known as the “bird flu” outbreak.

Store managers admit the shortage, caused after the “bird flu” killed millions of turkeys, could continue.
On “freaky fast” sandwich giant Jimmy John’s website, the company explains a nationwide outbreak of avian influenza, which wiped out 40 million turkeys and chickens, hit their supply chain especially hard.

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