Industry News | November 11, 2015

Bojangles' Brings Back Seasoned Fried Turkey

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Beginning November 9, participating Bojangles’ restaurants will offer one of the company’s most popular seasonal menu offerings, Bojangles’ Seasoned Fried Turkey. True Bojangles’ fans all know seasoned turkeys should be preordered from their local participating restaurant as soon as possible because this uniquely flavorful holiday staple is only around while supplies last.

The Bojangles’ Seasoned Fried Turkey is prepared using a proprietary seasoning, oven-baked then fried, vacuum-sealed, and frozen to seal in freshness and that one-of-a-kind Bojangles’ flavor loyal consumers have come to love. Each year, long-time fans anticipate the beginning of fall and the availability of the delicious Bojangles’ Seasoned Fried Turkey. It’s not unusual for cooks across the Southeast to order their seasoned turkey from Bojangles’ very early to ensure they have one on the dinner table for Thanksgiving.

The seasoned turkey feeds up to eight family members. When combined with Bojangles’ family-sized fixins’ like green beans, Cajun pintos, dirty rice, macaroni ‘n’ cheese, coleslaw, and made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits, an entire Thanksgiving meal is available at your local Bojangles’ restaurant. Also, don’t forget the individual sweet potato pies.

“Our seasoned fried turkey is a highly anticipated menu item that makes preparing the Thanksgiving meal so much easier,” says Bojangles’ senior vice president of marketing Randy Poindexter. “The seasoned fried turkey is fully cooked, and once thawed it is ready to heat and serve. However, we do encourage our customers to preorder their turkey as soon as possible, because seasoned fried turkeys are one of our most popular limited-time offerings.”

Preordered turkeys can be picked up as late as noon on Thanksgiving Day. Also, consumers who choose to purchase a turkey to hold in their own freezer until Thanksgiving will receive a bonus $5 Bojangles’ gift card. Turkeys are only available at participating locations while supplies last and prices may vary.

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