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  • KFC launching street food inspired menu
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KFC launching street food inspired menu

Brits spend nearly £30 billion on takeaways and fast food every year, with the average person eating it 84 times annually. Hoping to stand out in the competitive fast food space, KFC is launching a street food inspired menu, featuring the American staple pulled chicken.

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