That's the question many lovers of frozen Eggo waffles are wondering following nationwide shortages of the popular breakfast food.
Kellogg's, which manufactures Eggo, blames the short supply on flooding that hit an Atlanta processing facility in September, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The shortage will most likely be in effect through the middle of next year, the company says.
"The Eggo team is working around the clock to bring everyone's favorite waffles back to store shelves as quickly as possible. We hope to regain full distribution of Eggo products by the middle of 2010," the company says on the Eggo Web site. "This is a top priority for Kellogg Company."
In addition to the Georgia flooding, Kellogg's says "equipment enhancements and repairs in our largest waffle bakery" contributed to the shortage. That facility is in Rossville, Tenn., the Journal-Constitution reports.
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