The largest Burger King franchisee in the U.S. is reducing the number of chicken nuggets per order as a way to combat inflation.
Outlets belonging to Carrols Restaurant Group, which operates about 14% of Burger King’s 7,000 locations, will now give eight nuggets per order instead of 10, while keeping the price the same.
Carrols has instituted other such measures, according to CNN, such as removing the Whopper from its discounted menu and reducing discounts overall. Restaurants generally have been reducing portion sizes, raising prices or both. Domino’s announced last month that it will cut the number of chicken wings in an order from 10 to eight.