Celebrate National Fried Chicken Day With KFC India’s Newly Launched The Leg Piece Bucket!

KFC Leg Piece Bucket

Fried chicken is a deliciously indulgent comfort food enjoyed all over the world. But did you know that the ultimate soul food originated in the US — where Scottish chicken-frying methods were combined with West African seasoning traditions — to create what is now one of the world’s favorite guilty pleasures? Fried chicken was an expensive delicacy up until World War II, but thanks to mass production techniques, we’re now able to indulge ourselves on the cheap in almost any city in the world. So on July 6, we get out our buckets ‘o’ chicken and napkins, because it’s National Fried Chicken Day.

Just in time for the celebrations, KFC India has launched a bucket full of your favourite piece – the Leg Piece Bucket!

This ultimate chicken-lovers delight is available in 2 options: 5 pieces with 2 dips starting at INR 350 and 10 pieces with 4 dips starting at INR 699 on the KFC App, Website or Msite (https://online.kfc.co.in/).

Keeping with KFC’s 4X Safety Promise, you can opt for ContactLess Delivery or Takeaway and order & pay online for a hassle-free & contactless experience. In case you are out & on the go, you could also opt for KFC to Your Car or Bike and get the bucket delivered right to your vehicle. ContactLess Dine-in is also an option at your nearest KFC restaurant; all with the assurance of 4X Safety: Sanitisation, Screening, Social Distancing and ContactLess.

About KFC

KFC, a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. (NYSE: YUM.), is a global chicken restaurant brand with a rich, decades-long history of success and innovation. It all started with one cook, Colonel Harland Sanders, who created a finger lickin’ good recipe more than 75 years ago, a list of secret herbs and spices scratched out on the back of the door to his kitchen. Today we still follow his formula for success, with real cooks breading and freshly preparing our delicious chicken by hand in more than 23,000 restaurants in over 140 countries and territories around the world.

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