Industry News | March 21, 2016

Church's Combines Favorites in Honey-Butter Biscuit Tenders

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Fans of crisp, hand-battered, juicy fried chicken, and flaky, buttery, scratch-made biscuits can now have the best of both delicious worlds, thanks to Church’s Chicken’s latest creative entrée. Beginning Monday, March 28, the nationwide chicken chain will introduce new Honey-Butter Biscuit Tenders—an inventive combination of two of the brand’s most popular menu items. For a limited time only at participating locations, guests will be able to delight in all-white-meat Tender Strips that have been dipped in Church’s famous Honey-Butter Biscuit batter then fried to a delicious golden brown and paired with sweet Honey-Butter dipping sauce. It’s yet another way the brand is continuing to deliver the quality and flavor that keep people coming back to Church’s time and time again.

“We love it when we can indulge our fans by giving them new ways to enjoy their favorite tastes,” says Jennifer Chasteen, senior director of brand and product strategy for Church’s. “Honey-Butter Biscuit Tenders truly are our best thing, wrapped in our other best thing: our legendary chicken and biscuits together in one tasty, dippable, portable creation.”

Available through May 22 while supplies last, Honey-Butter Biscuit Tenders can be substituted for classic Tender Strips in any combo or meal deal, and also in a number of limited-time-only combos. An order of three Honey Butter Biscuit Tenders, served with Honey-Butter dipping sauce, and a biscuit starts at $2.99.

“Honey-Butter Biscuit Tenders are simply our way of letting our on-the-go guests know they really can have it all: savory, sweet, and at a smart value that starts at just $2.99,” Chasteen adds. “It’s the tastes people crave at the quality and price they expect from Church’s.”

The beloved brand welcomed Tender Strips to its menus in 1992 and just a few years later, the brand introduced their famous Honey-Butter biscuits to Church’s menu. For a limited time only, guests can indulge in two of their favorites with this unique flavor mashup.

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