Tasty Restaurant Group buys 64 more KFC restaurants

The multibrand franchisee, which also operates Pizza Hut, Burger King, Dunkin’ and Taco Bell, acquired the locations in the central and Southeast U.S.


KFC is struggling in the U.S., and not just due to weather

The venerable chicken chain is losing ground to Popeyes and other chicken restaurant competitors domestically. But parent company Yum Brands says it has a plan for a reset.

On 4/20, Los Angeles residents are invited for free Saucy Nuggets and limited-edition merch to celebrate KFC’s newest menu addition.

The chicken chain introduced a new line of bundled meal options from $4.99 to $20, but not everything has a consistent price point nationwide, a nod to fast-food restaurants' complex relationship with value.

New Saucy Nuggets come in five varieties to satisfy flavor-craving sauce fans.

Nearly 25% of the global locations for the company’s brands KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Habit have been built over the past three years.

The owner of KFC, Taco Bell and Habit Burger is bringing in the self-ordering devices as its digital system sales hit $30 billion.

Park will replace Clay Johnson, who will remain with the owner of KFC and Taco Bell as a senior advisor.

The chicken chain says that the deal will help it accelerate its growth in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The Bottom Line: The CEOs of the franchise giants decried the NLRB’s joint employer ruling but said that their brands have the strength to overcome them, anyway.

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