Continuing unrest due to the political upheaval in Egypt has forced the temporary closure of 32 Hardee’s locations there. Officials with the St. Louis-based quick-service chain said some of the restaurants were damaged after being looted. “We have no insight as to whether they were targeted because of their Western affiliation,” said Jenna Petroff, a Hardee’s spokeswoman. The closures were necessary because of the disruption in the supply chain, as suppliers have been ...
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