REUTERS/Carlo Allegri/File Photo May 26, 2020 By Hilary Russ NEW YORK (Reuters) – Kentucky Fried Chicken on Tuesday will begin testing an overhauled sandwich featuring a bigger chicken filet and other… With the aptly titled “KFC Chicken Sandwich,” KFC is testing an extra crispy chicken filet placed on a buttered brioche bun and topped with pickles and spicy or classic mayonnaise. Kbd Productions tv KFC Pickled Fried Chicken Parody.

That appears to be similar to traits that have made rivals’ sandwiches such a hit with customers. KFC could use a bit of a boost that a new sandwich might bring. KFC made another move last year, with a trial of a plant-based fried chicken product that sold out within about five hours, Zahumensky said. Brands Inc (), will sell the new version of its chicken sandwich for 26 days – or until supplies run out – at 15 locations in and around Orlando, Florida for $3.99.The larger chicken filet will come on a brioche bun with thick pickle slices and mayonnaise. And KFC had the slowest sales growth among the major U.S. chicken-focused chains last year, according to Technomic. KFC, a unit of Yum! [nL3N25M31C] [nL1N29Y0W6] [nL3N25M31C] [nL1N29Y0W6] KFC announced Tuesday they are testing a larger, "more premium" chicken sandwich in Orlando. Brands Inc (YUM.N), will sell the new version of its chicken sandwich for 26 days – or until supplies run out – at 15 locations in and around Orlando, Florida for $3.99.The larger chicken filet will come on a brioche bun with thick pickle slices and mayonnaise. Great Start, Whataburger Review, Jack in the Box Review, The Beach, Fish Tails - Ken's Vlog #701 - … FILE PHOTO: A Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) logo is pictured in North Miami Beach, Florida, U.S. April 6, 2017. In the first quarter, KFC’s U.S. systemwide sales were flat, while same-store sales at longstanding locations fell 3 percent.

That appears to be similar to traits that have made rivals’ sandwiches such a hit with customers. KFC, a unit of Yum!

The fried chicken peddlers will first deliver the new product to … KFC, a unit of Yum! Brands Inc, will sell the new version of its chicken sandwich for 26 days - or until supplies run out - at 15 locations in and around Orlando, Florida for $3.99.