Warburtons has said it is battling to enlist the truck drivers it needs to keep shops and grocery stores provided with bread kitchen items.
The UK's greatest heating firm conveys to 18,500 locales across the UK, including Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Morrisons and an enormous organization of more modest, autonomous odds and ends shops.
Warburtons has opening for around 160 HGV drivers that it can't fill and has been having issues keeping its clients loaded since July.
The organization, which makes 2,000,000 bread kitchen items consistently, is stressed that it will not have the option to adapt to the flood sought after in the approach Christmas and has requested that the public authority speed up driver testing and permit them to acquire drivers from abroad.
On Friday, a representative for the bread kitchen organization told ITV News: "The public driver lack keeps on setting a strain on the Warburtons appropriation organization, however we are striving to keep a decent degree of administration for clients from one side of the country to the other".