KFC's new triple-layered bacon burger includes two layers of bacon, Bacon Lovers’ Relish and creamy Baconnaise. All in all, this year is finally starting to look up!
Ever had a burger and figured, 'this simply isn't meaty enough for my taste'? Well, the great individuals at KFC have heard your supplications and addressed them like a total boss! The Colonel and his posse have recently included the 'I love bacon' burger to their menu, beyond any doubt to satisfy any meat lover's hunger.
However, you should be speedy on the off chance that you need to get your hands on one, as the fast food giant has said that the triple-stacked sandwich will be accessible temporarily after it goes on sale one week from now. The meat-filled sandwich is set to launch on Bank Holiday Monday (6 May) and will be around for only six brief weeks.
Be that as it may, it's going to set you back significantly, with the burger alone setting diners back $7.10 or $8.42 for the meal. However, on the off chance that you don't really dig going into one of KFC's actual outlets, the burger will likewise be accessible for conveyance only on 'JustEast'.
Addressing the launch, Marcus Buck, a brand supervisor at KFC, expressed that it probably won't be the smartest choice to launch the meaty item when individuals are significantly getting distant from meat for a more healthier option. He said: "Let's face it, we've timed this burger badly. We're launching the I Love You Bacon Burger in a year when unprecedented numbers of people are eschewing meat and embracing the aubergine."
He further expressed, "But for those bacon lovers that remain, this one's for you. It's so irresistibly tasty - try one before you turn vegan," Be that as it may, it's not all meat-based news at KFC - a year ago the eatery network reported it was testing out new chicken-free-fried-chicken.
In an announcement to Foodbeast, a representative said that 'development of the recipe is still in its very early stages, and so the options we're exploring in our kitchen are still top secret,' Well, the Colonel and his finger-lickin' group undoubtedly love a mystery, wouldn't you say so?
The organization has additionally said the veggie variant of its food will be more advantageous than the meatier ones we're altogether used to. KFC has recently reported plans to build up a new menu with dinners containing 600 calories or less and will progressively drop the number of calories in its food by 20 percent throughout the following seven years.