Global fast-food giant, KFC, is planning to bring a bigger change in KFC. The company is ‘working on’ to developing a vegan chicken burger. This was mentioned by the BBC host Nisha Katona who was given allusive access to the food chain’s development kitchen and was given a first taste of the new menu item.
Katona, who is also the CEO of the Indian restaurant chain Mowgli, announced on Twitter that she was one of the first to test the plant-based product.
She wrote, “Oh my heaven! On a dream job today- filming for the BBC One Show with exclusive access to the actual KFC headquarters development kitchen. Also, I was the first member of the public to taste the new vegan chicken burger. This to me is actually living the dream.”
She mentioned while answering to all the comments she received on her post that the item was
KFC’S innovation director, Jack Hinchcliffe, had mentioned earlier this year that the food chain was currently in the process of working on both vegetarian and vegan options in the innovation kitchen.
“For us, it’s about taking the amazing tastes of KFC and offering those in a vegetarian or vegan alternative,” he added.