This Thanksgiving, KFC tapped Snapchat celebrity Michael Platco for the role of Colonel Sanders in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The formality of the workplace uniform is fading, and restaurants are encouraging individuality, especially among Millennials.
Four Corners Property Trust, a real estate investment trust engaged in the ownership of high-quality net leased restaurant properties, announced the acquisition of the real estate of four KFC resta
Because the only skin that should be extra crispy this summer is on your fried chicken, earlier this week Kentucky Fried Chicken announced an exclusive, limited run of Extra Crispy fried chicken&nd
Building on the successful formula of celebrity Colonel Sanders, Kentucky Fried Chicken created, for the first time, a product-specific Colonel, the Extra Crispy Colonel, played by the world-famous
As more restaurants work to support employees’ education goals, their approaches become more varied.
KFC announced the adoption of mobile pay in U.S. restaurants, allowing customers to pay for their meal in seconds in every KFC restaurant.
QSR magazine, a leading restaurant industry trade publication, and SeeLevel HX, a business intelligence provider, have partnered to continue bringing the QSR Drive-Thru Performance Study t
While the efforts of various restaurants to increase the healthfulness of their offerings continue to garner industry-wide attention, one key consumer group is rarely addressed: kids.
Think culinary innovation is limited to full service and fast casual? Think again. These five chefs are rewriting the rules of menu development.
More quick serves are expanding their menus, but Subway’s new premium ingredients could bring in the most customers.
The story behind KFC’s new Nashville Hot Chicken begins even further back than Colonel Sanders’ time. And as with many great fables, it’s a story of love and revenge.
Colonel Sanders, a well-known personality throughout the U.S. for his famous finger lickin’ good fried chicken, luscious biscuits, and other tasty sides, is ambling into a new century.
Six news-makers that helped define the year in limited-service restaurants.
The pros and cons of getting old as a brand.
Whether promoting the brand or enlivening a birthday party, brand mascots drive engagement.
A look at all of the important anniversaries celebrated this year.
Long an American staple, fried chicken today is getting more creative.
It wasn’t all that long ago that only a small number of restaurant owners and chefs considered sustainability an essential aspect of their businesses.How times have changed.
Pizza Hut, KFC, and Taco Bell parent makes progress on its CSR goals.
KFC has been named the Most Trusted Quick-Service Restaurant Brand in India, ahead of all other Indian and global quick-service restaurant brands, by the Brand Trust Report 2015 study.
KFC has launched a new broadcast initiative showing how KFC’s chicken nuggets are the nuggets kids didn’t know they were missing, until they tried them.
KFC launched a new Hispanic broadcast initiative geared toward bringing the slow and savory back into lunch with KFC’s $5 Fill Ups.
Headquarters tour shows brand hard at work on quality, consistency.
The holidays are a time to be grateful and to give back, and that's what KFC plans to do with the launch of its #FillUpForGood campaign.
YUM! holds an annual competition in Latin America and the Caribbean for the purpose of evaluating its KFC restaurants that are located throughout the region.
Who says sandwiches need bread? These carrier alternatives combine innovation and novelty to appeal to consumer interest.
Paying homage toKFC’s humble beginnings in Corbin, Kentucky—where fried chicken pioneer Colonel Sanders first cooked for hungry travelers at his service station—KFC and the Colone