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KFC India's Limited Edition Meal Box Lets You Charge Your Gadgets
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KFC India's Limited Edition Meal Box Lets You Charge Your Gadgets

Please enable JavaScript to watch this video. You have to hand it to KFC. When it comes to marketing, it's not afraid to ooze creativity, in much that same way its chicken oozes… well, whatever gelatinous substance it's fried in. Its latest ... Lifehacker Australia, 1 day ago

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Dominion Post

KFC India adds phone charger to chicken boxes

There's nothing more inconvenient than when you're at Kentucky Fried Chicken, about to dig into a pile of greasy, crispy chicken tenders while you text your crush to make date plans, and your phone runs out of power - leaving you completely alone ...
 New Zealand Herald2 days ago KFC's chicken charges your phone  Dominion Post1 day ago KFC Is Giving Out Boxes Of Chicken That Charge Your Phone  NDTV2 days ago New KFC boxes that charge your phone  New Zealand Herald1 day ago

KFC has ‘healthy’ competition: GBC to open 90 outlets by end-2017

American fast food restaurant chain, Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), which has expanded to 335 outlets in India since entering the country in 2006, will soon have competition: another US-based major, Genuine Broaster Chicken (GBC), plans to roll out nearly 40 ...
 Business Line2 days ago KFC puts robots in charge of orders at new look fast food outlet  Franchise Expo UK1 month ago KFC entering cosmetics market  Prokerala1 month ago KFC uses robot to serve customers in Shanghai  Prokerala1 month ago
Times of India

Thailand's CP Foods aims to supply fast-food chains in India

BENGALURU, June 7 Charoen Pokphand Foods , Thailand's largest meat producer, aims to begin supplying chicken to KFC and McDonald's Corp in India within the next few months as part of a push into a market that could become one of its biggest. CP ...
 Reuters India2 weeks ago Top Subway 'agents' consolidate India ops  Times of India1 week ago Thailands CP Foods aims to supply fast-food chains in India  Reuters UK2 weeks ago Poll officials in Indian state seize $85 million from three trucks  Asia Times Online1 month ago
Franchise India

KFC India Launches add HOPE Initiative To Fight Hunger

KFC India recently launched add HOPE an initiative to fight hunger in the country, at an event in Hyderabad on Wednesday, 11 May.To help contribute towards fighting hunger in India, Blink Digital added another leg to KFC'sadd HOPE with thePlate of ...
 Justmeans1 month ago Sagar Ratna tweaks menu this summer to attract more customers  Franchise India1 month ago KFC Launches Add HOPE Campaign To Fight Hunger In India  EventFAQs1 month ago KFC launches programme to fight hunger  Financial Express1 month ago

KFC India's add Hope initiative to provide 20 million meals to underprivileged children by 2020

AHMEDABAD: KFC India on Friday said it hopes to provide 20 million meals to underprivileged children by 2020 through its add HOPE initiative meant to fight hunger in India. KFC's add HOPE aims at creating awareness and raising funds to provide ...
 Economic Times1 month ago KFC India begins new initiative to provide meals for poor children  Business Line1 month ago Add hope subtracts hunger  New Indian Express1 month ago

Pizzas Grow Bigger, Push Burgers into a Corner

Big fast-food chains McDonald's, KFC and Cafe Coffee Day seem to have lost their growth momentum as Indian consumers increasingly prefer pizzas over burgers, chicken meals, rolls and sandwiches, and market researcher Euromonitor expects the trend to ...
 Hospitality Biz India3 weeks ago Domino's, which trailed McDonald's 4 years ago, is now double its size  Economic Times4 weeks ago
Business Standard

Despite slower sales, KFC optimistic of about India growth

Email this Print KFC. Photo: Reuters KFC India managing director Rahul Shinde today said the ups and downs in a growth cycle will not deter the company from looking at India as a long-term play."In a growth cycle every brand has its ups and ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago Yum! Brands reports 6% Y-o-Y decline in sales of Pizza Hut; KFC drops 1%  Economic Times2 months ago

KFC to replace plastic packaging with edible bowls in India

Fried chicken chain KFC is rolling out edible bowls at select branches in Bangalore, India, where city officials have recently banned plastics. The edible tortilla bowls will replace the plastic packaging used for its India-specific dish called Rice ...
 PlasticsToday.com1 month ago Wow! KFC India to replace plastic packaging with edible bowls!  Zee News1 month ago KFC in plansto introduce edible packaging in India  Agron Food Processing1 month ago Eco-Friendly Tortilla Bowls - KFC India is Testing an Edible Bowl for Environmental Purposes (  Trend Hunter1 month ago

Ready to eat - KFC set to bring edible packaging in India

NEW DELHI: At a time when beverage giants such as Coca-Cola are planning to opt for plastic packaging (bottles), US fried chicken chain KFC is trying to go the opposite way. Starting with its Rice Bowlz, it will introduce edible packaging in the ...
 Times of India1 month ago Ready to eat: KFC set to bring edible packaging in India  Economic Times1 month ago
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