KFC's Popcorn Chicken Slab gets nationwide rollout

The item is available until 2 November.KFC announced the roll out of its Popcorn Chicken Slab for limited time, a year after testing it in nine restaurants in Ballarat.The cult menu item is made of six soft dinner rolls filled with Popcorn Chicken, cheese and barbeque sauce.“When our fans heard about it, there were pleas to make it available across the country. We listened to our fans, and it’s now available across all our restaurants for everyone to tuck into and enjoy,” KFC Australia chief marketing officer Kristi Woolrych said in a media release.The Slab will be available in KFC restaurants nationwide from 6 October until 2 November.Photo credit: Dan Gosse
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