The first papa johnny paper test has been delayed for about two weeks, according to the Associated Press.
It was set to take place on Nov. 2.
The test was supposed to take only three minutes to complete, but it took longer than expected.
A test on Friday was delayed to help the test company identify any problems.
“It’s a very busy day,” John Schnatter, the Papa John Schnipper executive vice president of corporate communications, told reporters on a conference call.
“We have a lot of other work to do.”
A spokeswoman for the company told the AP that the company was not sure when the test would resume, and the company did not have a specific timeline for when it would resume the test.
Papa John’s has been a favorite target of the papa media for years.
The chain’s CEO was briefly embroiled in an uproar over the test earlier this year after a video emerged of him saying he didn’t believe the test was a violation of his religious beliefs.
The video prompted a backlash that included boycotts and a petition that garnered more than 6 million signatures.
Papa John announced in January that it would not pay the legal bills of the parents of a child who tested positive for the papaya-based protein that has caused a stir.
The company’s response was a mixed bag, with some saying that the test is not a violation and others saying that it is.
Papa Johns spokeswoman Mary-Kate Bumgarner told reporters in January the company’s decision was based on the fact that it was a test that would not be used in its food.