82. KFC Full-Form | What is Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)

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KFC Full-Form | What is Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)

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KFC — Kentucky Fried Chicken

KFC meaning & definition

We found two popular definitions of KFC. One is famous globally and the second is in India.

1.Kentucky Fried Chicken is standing for KFC which is a fast-food restaurant company from Kentucky, USA. As you can understand by the name, K stands for Kentucky and FC means Fried Chicken.

KFC  Full-Form | What is  Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)It is selling fried chicken, chicken sandwiches, Wraps French fries etc around the world.

It was started in Utah, 1952. This is the world largest chain restaurant company after McDonald’s.

In India — In India, it was started from Bangalore city in 1995.

2. Kerala Financial CorporationKerala Financial Corporation is the KFC Full-Form which is an Indian corporation. It is 100% governmental corporation which is related to finance (as we can understand from the name). It is from Kerala state in India. It was originated in 1953.

KFC Full-Form refers to Kentucky Fried Chicken. KFC is a chain of restaurants that deals with fast food. Its main specialization is fried chicken. Its head office is present in Kentucky, USA. It is among the biggest restaurant chains in the world. It is present in around twenty-thousand locations in more than one hundred and twenty nations as of the year 2015. It is a subsidiary of a restaurant company called the Yum. Brands. This company also has the ownership of the Taco Bell and Pizza Hut chains. The first franchise of KFC opened in Utah in the year 1952. Sanders Court & Cafe was the predecessor of KFC. It earned a revenue of twenty-three billion dollars in the year 2013.

Products of KFC

The chicken pieces that are pressure fried and seasoned with eleven spices and herbs (Sander’s recipe) are the original product of the KFC. The recipe’s constituents are among the well-known trade secret. The fried chicken’s larger portions are served in a ‘bucket’, which is made of cardboard. This ‘bucket’ has become one of the famous features of the KFC chain since its first introduction in the year 1957 by franchisee Pete Harman. The menu of this chain has expanded to other products of chicken like wraps and chicken fillet burgers, salads, side dishes like coleslaw and French fries, soft drinks and desserts.

The menu is adapted by KGC in different regions to suit the regional tastes. Thus, there are more than three hundred items in the KFC menu all over the world. For example, there are some locations, like the US and the UK that include grilled chicken on their menu. In Asia, where the spicy foods are preferred, the menu includes the Zinger chicken burgers. In the US, certain locations sell gizzards and livers of fried chicken.

Certain territories sell seafood products (fried) under the banner named ‘Colonel’s Catch’. These territories include Ecuador, Trinidad, Japan, Singapore, Barbados, and Jamaica. The side dishes in KFC in the US often include bread rolls, barbecue baked beans, American biscuits, mashed potatoes and French fries. The salads consist of the garden salad, Caesar salad, and bean salad. The onion rings are sold by a number of KFC locations. Those located in Asia often include side dishes based on rice like congee. Chicken meatballs are sold by the KFC locations in Malaysia.

Operations of KFC

There were around eighteen thousand eight hundred outlets in one hundred and eighteen countries throughout the world by the December month of the year 2013. In China, there are four thousand five hundred outlets, and in the US, there are four thousand four hundred outlets. The remaining nine thousand eight hundred are located across the rest of the globe. Either the franchisees or the company itself has the ownership of these outlets. Around eleven per cent of these outlets are owned by the company. The franchise holders operate the rest of them. In India, there are around three hundred and fifty outlets of KFC. The food options provided in these outlets include Rice Bowls, Fiery Grilled Buckets, Hot and Crispy Chicken, and Chicken Zinger Burger.

The images of Colonel Sanders, the founder of the company, furnish the majority of the KFC restaurants. There are multiple stand-alone outlets of KFC that provides the option of the drive-through. The delivery service is limited to quite fewer markets. The units consist of kiosks and express concessions that feature a menu having limited options, and are operated in locations like theme parks, convenience stores, colleges, stadia and filling stations. In the year 2013, the average sale was one million dollars per unit.

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