Chick-fil-A is the latest company to experience a supply shortage as the restaurant chain has reported that select items, like its popular sauces, are in short supply.

“Due to industry-wide supply chain disruptions, some Chick-fil-A restaurants are experiencing a shortage of select items, like sauces," the chicken chain told The Tennessean in a statement. "We are actively working to make adjustments to solve this issue quickly and apologize to our Guests for any inconvenience."

A notice on Chick-fil-A’s website and on the restaurant's app also announced the sauce shortage, saying they may be temporarily unavailable. To deal with the supply issues, the fast-food chain is also reported to be imposing limits on customers based on their purchases.

Chick-fil-A sent an email to cutomers obtained by WTRF, a CBS affiliate out of Wheeling, West Virginia, that said it would be limiting the number of sauces it provides in each order to one sauce per entrée, two sauces per meal, and three sauces per 30-count nuggets.

Chick-fil-A said through The Tennessean that customers should be patient with its employees who are doing the best they can under the given circumstances.

Despite the supply issues that Chick-fil-A is experiencing at its restaurants, customers can purchase select sauces at retail stores. The chain sells its Chick-fil-A Signature sauce as well as its Barbeque, Honey Mustard, Garden Herb Ranch, and Polynesian sauces at a number of retailers and on the Chick-fil-A app.

Chick-fil-A is not the only restaurant chain that has been hit with menu item shortages. Chicken, ketchup packets, and bubble tea have had supply disruptions at restaurants. Consumers will also see shortages of hot dogs and bacon as pork prices increase and supplies dwindle.

Chick-fil-a announced on Monday it will begin testing meal-kits at select locations in August. A Chick-fil-a sign is pictured on July 26, 2012 in Springfield, Virginia. Alex Wong/Getty Images