Papa Johns, the popular chain of fast food franchises, has reportedly had trouble finding the right size paper to roll up the paper in its bags.
The chain, which opened its first store in Los Angeles in 1958, recently said it was forced to “purchase a large amount of paper for our paper packaging.”
But the chain has yet to offer an explanation as to why it needs the large quantities of paper.
The newspaper company’s press release did not explain what the paper was for, or if the company has any plans to offer a larger paper bag.
However, the chain did say that it is not the first company to have to change their size requirements to accommodate the size paper they use.
In 2011, a similar chain, the KFC chain, announced it was expanding its size requirements for paper packaging.
The chain’s size requirements, as well as the size in which the paper used, are not changed for the new size.
This article was updated at 4:08 p.m. on August 31 to include the chain’s response to Papa Johnís’ claims.