«Finger Lickin ‘Good» est sorti au Kentucky Fried Chicken.
A new KFC sauce has replaced the fast food chain’s signature sauce, a KFC spokesperson confirmed to FOX Business.
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“KFC is always testing new products and evolving menu items to gauge what resonates with consumers, and the new KFC sauce has finally eliminated Finger Lickin ‘Good Sauce in all US markets,” the door wrote. speech by e-mail.
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The “tangy, smoky-sweet” KFC sauce became available nationwide on Monday and is intended to pair with the chain’s extra crispy restaurant offerings, according to a press release from KFC.
“When we set out to create a new signature dipping sauce, we went straight to the experts – our customers – to find out what made a best-in-class sauce for dipping,” said Andrea Zahumensky, Marketing Director at KFC US, in a report. “We’ve gone through 50 iterations and their response to this recipe has been impressive! ”
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Three other KFC sauces have been “revamped,” including Classic Ranch, Honey BBQ and Honey Mustard. The brand has also launched the KFC hot sauce.
The end of KFC’s Finger Lickin ‘Good Sauce comes after the chain’s official hiatus from the iconic slogan from which the sauce takes its name.
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In August, KFC announced that it would temporarily withdraw its 64-year-old ‘Finger Lickin’ Good ‘slogan in response to the global coronavirus pandemic.
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“We find ourselves in a unique situation – with an iconic slogan that doesn’t quite fit the current environment,” said Catherine Tan-Gillespie, KFC’s global marketing director, in a press release at the time. . “While we suspend the use of ‘It’s okay to lick your fingers’, please rest assured that the food that so many people around the world crave doesn’t change at all.”
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KFC made $ 260 million in the first half of 2020, according to unaudited operating results reported in YUM! Brands, Inc. second quarter result.