KFC is about to get a much healthier menu


A healthier menu is on the way to KFC with the aim of cutting the calorie count by 20 percent on its food.

KFC has set the ambitious target of reducing the calorie count on its menu by 20 percent by the year 2025. In order to hit such a target, they are revamping the menu too including healthy sides as a substitute for the fries.

Zero calorie drinks are also on the table and vegetarian options are also on the horizon at KFC as well.

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If you are worried that it will mean you are no longer going to have the same famous chicken as an option don’t panic. You will. Regular KFC chicken, with all of that famous herbs and spices, will still be an option.

The move is to allow consumers to have a healthier option if they so choose.

With obesity becoming such a major issue globally healthier options are becoming increasing more sought after and fast food chains are increasingly being asked to add healthier options to their menus.

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Of course, the argument of if fast food chains should be doing such a thing is always in the forefront as well. The argument is that if you want to eat healthily you should accept responsibility yourself. Nevertheless, whatever side of the argument you fall on. Changes like this are surely welcoming?

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Will you be opting for the healthier options when they become available? Do you think this is the right move by KFC? Drop a comment below with your thoughts.