Upcoming bacon shortage debated in Portland

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Friday, September 28, 2012

Portland restaurateurs have mixed feelings about an upcoming bacon shortage.

“We’re not really sure how worried we are yet, because it hasn’t hit us at all, but it could very well be a big problem and the bosses are very concerned about this and we’ll see how it plays out,” [Pine State Biscuit manager Sean] McArdle said.

At Voodoo Donuts in downtown Portland, the bacon maple bar is one of the top sellers. Employees poke fun at the looming "porkocalypse," and co-owner Sara Heise says she’s watching pork prices very closely.

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