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Grill'd launches ‘healthy' fried chicken burger range

All items are made with RSPCA-approved chicken breast.

Grill’d announced the launch of its Healthy Fried Chicken burger range, which they claim has less sugar compared to other fried chicken offerings from traditional fast food giants.

The range consists of the HFC Classic, HFC Smokey, HFC Hot and the HFC BLAT, according to the chain’s official website.

All items are made with RSPCA-approved chicken breast and cooked with Australian extra virgin olive oil, Grill’d said. Customers can also choose to eat them with low-carb and gluten-free buns.

Grill’d previously launched its HFC Bites Healthy Fried Chicken (HFC) Bites in November 2020.

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