If you're having trouble finding Eggo waffles in your grocer's freezer, you're not alone.

Kellogg, the maker of the popular breakfast food, confirms there is a nationwide shortage of its frozen waffles.

The company blames the shortage on flood damage at its bakery in Atlanta, Georgia.

Kellogg also said it was making equipment changes and repairs to its largest waffle bakery, and that action is taking longer than expected. No other Kellogg frozen products are affected by these issues, the company said.

"Eggo is working around the clock to bring everyone's favorite waffles back to store shelves as quickly as possible," the company said. "We hope to regain full distribution of Eggo products by the middle of 2010. This is a top priority for (the) Kellogg Company."

In the meantime, Kellogg says it will allocate available products to customers based on what the company calls "historical percentage of business." Consumers with questions or concerns about the waffle shortage can contact the company at 866-971-3320.