Next time you're hungry for Chick-fil-A don't be surprised if they're forced to be a little stingy with their sauces. Apparently, the fast food chain is experiencing a shortage.

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Just when we thought life was (somewhat) returning to normal.

We gotten through the toilet paper shortage, the disinfecting wipes shortage, the Grape-Nuts shortage, but THIS? A shortage in sauces (like the lip-smacking Chick-fil-A Signature Sauce) just might be more than Chick-fil-A fans can take.

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A kink in the supply chain is reportedly to blame. What that means for us is Chick-fil-A allowing customers just ONE dipping sauce packet per item ordered at the majority of its restaurants, reports.

So, what did I spend my afternoon doing in the wake of this news? Raiding the station break room for leftovers. I managed to find a few sauces tucked away in drawers, cabinets, and on the door of the refrigerator. I'm not messing around. I need my Garden Herb Ranch.

Ketchup packets seemed to be having a similar problem lately, becoming scarce at some eateries. In response, Heinz stepped up its production of them by 25 percent, according to And chicken wings are also reportedly endangered!

What's your go-to Chick-fil-A dipping sauce? Let us know in the comments below.

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