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KFC UK handles implausible chicken shortage with class

KFC UK handles implausible chicken shortage with class

KFC has shown some real public relations prowess in its handling of the nearly unfathomable problem of running out of its main product —chicken — in the U.K.

KFC Canada presents Bitcoin Bucket LTO ... original recipe or 'extra crypt-y'

Oh, you Canadians, always up to something a little off the wall, and this week has certainly been no exception on your KFC Canada Twitter page. Seems the Far North contingent of the Colonel's original recipe restaurants are now offering...

KFC's monster-sized miniature weekend media score

KFC's monster-sized miniature weekend media score

It’s just a tiny story, but KFC made big news with the opening of its Portland, Oregon, mini restaurant Saturday, which now has managed to generate stories across the globe from major news outlets. Of course, we are talking about...

Kentucky Fried Chicken taps Ray Liotta to play Colonel Sanders

In keeping with the brand's rotating cast of unexpected celebrities portraying iconic founder Colonel Harland Sanders, Kentucky Fried Chicken has tapped actor Ray Liotta — known for his iconic role in "Goodfellas" and currently the star of NBC's "Shades of...

KFC in China spins off a fast casual chain with face recognition payment kiosk

KFC in China spins off a fast casual chain with face recognition payment kiosk

Under its KFC brand, Yum China has launched a new fast-casual-esque concept called KPRO, featuring not only a breaking edge use of face recognition payment, but also gourmet coffee, roasted chicken, craft beers, fresh juices and topnotch ice creams. The...

KFC: Brand is getting kinda 'spacey'

The air gets pretty thin 28 miles up, so you'll excuse KFC if they seem a little "spaced out" as they prepare to send their brand name and their Zinger chicken sandwich into the stratosphere next Wednesday in World View...

KFC commits to chicken without human antibiotics

By the end of 2018, KFC said all birds used in its US restaurants will come from farms where hens are raised without the use of antibiotics important to human medicine. The chain, which has been the bane of some medical and animal rights groups for its resistance to this move, said its announcement today marks the first time a major national U.S.

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