Now known nationwide, the iconic soda created in 1885 by a pharmacist in Waco holds a special place in Texans' hearts.
Fans of Dr Pepper say it's getting harder to find.
Dr Pepper tweeted out an acknowledgment, saying they're working to stock shelves while keeping their employees safe during the pandemic.
We know it’s harder to find Dr Pepper these days. We’re working on it – hang tight!— Dr Pepper (@drpepper) August 10, 2020
Note: This applies to all flavors of Dr Pepper – including our newest permanent addition to the family, Dr Pepper & Cream Soda. pic.twitter.com/Kf0UedMuiw
"We appreciate your patience and encourage you to contact your local retailer directly for the most up-to-date availability of Dr Pepper products," the statement reads.
The shortage applies to all flavors of Dr Pepper, including the newest flavor Dr Pepper and Cream Soda, according to the brand.
Toilet paper company Charmin cleverly replied, "Welcome to the club. We feel your pain."
Welcome to the club. We feel your pain.😉— Charmin (@Charmin) August 10, 2020
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