The fast food restaurant chain is testing the tastes of customers - whether KFC regulars will agree to chicken burgers and wings, but without meat.
Restaurants KFC may get a menu update next year and start offering diners meat-free options for their signature dishes. At the moment, this possibility is being studied in detail, and now the restaurant chain is testing the tastes of customers.
So far, menu novelties have appeared in only one restaurant in the Canadian city of Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. But if meat-free products arouse interest among buyers, then they will be included in the menu of all restaurants.
Vegan options on the menu include Plant-Based Fried Chicken Sandwich (from $6.99), regular and spicy versions, and Popcorn Chicken bucket (from $3.99). The dishes were developed by KFC Canada in collaboration with Lightlife, a well-known creator of plant-based protein dishes. It is reported that products for vegan dishes will not only contain meat products, but will also be prepared separately from them, on kitchen equipment where french fries are fried.
KFC has previously offered nuggets and wings to US customers using the company's meat substitutes. Beyond Meat. This experiment was a success and the vegan offerings quickly sold out. And given also very successful commercially trials in the direction creating burgers and sandwiches without meat, including restaurants such as McDonald's and Wendy's, a novelty from KFC promises to be popular with fast food lovers. And next year, we will probably be able to see menu updates in all restaurants, first in individual countries, and then globally.