KFC India: Safe for Vegans

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Kentucky fried Chicken (KFC) is a fast food restaurant chain that specializes in fried chicken and is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky, in the United States. It is the world’s second-largest restaurant chain. The company is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, a restaurant company that also owns the Pizza Hut and Taco Bell chains.
KFC operated 395 franchises in India. In India, KFC along with its standard offerings, the chain sells a chickpea burger, a paneer burger, hot wings with chili lemon sprinkles and other country-specific products.

KFC operates 395 franchises in India. In India, KFC along with its standard offerings, the chain sells a chickpea burger, a paneer burger, hot wings with chili lemon sprinkles and other country-specific products.
India is a nation where people from various communities reside. Some citizens are vegetarian as well as some are non-vegetarian. People, in India, generally perceives KFC to be a non-vegetarian restaurant being a foreign brand chain and chicken in its very brand name. But there is a relief for Vegans in India that in KFC, veg and non-veg dishes are cooked separately. Not only cooking but all the ingredients, microwaves and all other cooking devices used for cooking are separate for veg and non-veg. Even the employees are different in veg and non-veg sections of the kitchen wearing green and red aprons. So, from now on, vegans need not think twice before visiting KFC.

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  1. That first picture is absolutely stunning!! It looks absolutely surreal. I love that colors like that just exist in the world without mixing assorted Dye # whvoeaers…wtw.

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