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Youth Ministry Alert! COVID-19 Causing Pepperoni Shortage

Wednesday September 23rd, 2020

By : Kelly Tyko
Source : USA Today

Move over, national coin and Clorox wipes shortages. There's a new coronavirus pandemic shortage of the nation's most popular pizza topping.

Small pizza shops across the nation are reporting higher prices for pepperoni, according to Bloomberg, which found a South Dakota shop is paying $4.12 a pound compared to $2.87 in January 2019. Emily, a New York City pizza shop, is paying $6 a pound, up from $4 earlier this year, chef and co-owner Matthew Hyland told Bloomberg. “It’s an American right to have pepperoni on pizza,” Hyland told Bloomberg. “Pepperoni is such a huge part of pizza it’s important to us that we keep it accessible.” The small pizza restaurants said they weren't passing the higher costs along to customers at this time.

According to Bloomberg, larg pizza chains including Domino’s, Pizza Hut, Little Caesars and Papa John’s haven't experienced shortages or price increases as they buy ingredients with long-term contracts.

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