Delivering fresh chicken portions to 900 outlets cannot be the easiest of jobs to take on, even for a company as experienced as DHL By all accounts, KFC knew they made a mistake in awarding this contract but it was too late to stop it.
I note that KFC customers are now phoning 999 to complain about the ongoing lack of chicken from this company.
These people are obviously brain dead, and having never stepped inside one of these places, I assume that their customers’ lack of brain cells is the result of eating what I presume is the usual bland, tasteless pap produced by other American High Street outlets such as McDonalds.
what I presume is the usual bland, tasteless pap produced by other American High Street outlets such as McDonalds.
Actually it's not that bad at all.
Many years ago they had advertising that suggested that what hadn't been sold one day would not be sold the next. Armed with this information in Brighton in the 60s, after we had been kicked out of the pubs, we used to turn up at closing time and buy one portion of chicken and then get given a tray full of the stuff that hadn't sold which fed at least half a dozen of us!
I have tried KFC a few times in recent years and, in my opinion, it still ain't half bad :-)
KFC is pretty tasty - I have been known to stop for lunch when I'm on the road to or from meetings. It certainly is not tasteless pap - KFC shops have been around for over 65 years, and it first came on the scene in Colonel Sanders' original Kentucky restaurant during the Great depression.
Tasteless pap doesn't enjoy that kind of long-term success - there are almost 19,000 KFC shops throughout the world, and altogether they turn over around $25 billion a year.