KFC adds new meal bundles to its menu


KFC fans now have a way to enjoy their favorite menu items at a much lower price. Colonel Sanders has worked hard to introduce for a limited time only two new meal bundles – a new Sandwiches and Tenders Meal and new Sandwiches and Sides bundle – that will have fans scoring enough food to feed the entire family.

Sandwiches and Tenders Meal: This new sandwich and tenders meal is the ideal choice for anyone who loves KFC’s delicious fried chicken. It notably features KFC’s 11-spice blend. The $41.99 price includes either four Spicy or Classic chicken sandwiches, six Extra CrispyTenders, two large sides and four biscuits. You will also receive a beverage bucket loaded with your choice drink. Sandwiches & Sides bundle is $27.99 and includes four Classic or Spicy Chicken sandwiches as well two large sides.

According to Chew BoomSandwiches and Tenders Meal, and the new Sandwiches and Sides combo are all part of a digital-only promo and only available when you order through the KFC App or KFC.com. They will be available at KFC locations across the country for a limited period of time. Fans shouldn’t expect them not to move around. KFC hasn’t yet indicated when these meal bundles will be discontinued.

KFC’s latest announcement is the launch of meal bundles. KFC introduced Beyond Fried Chicken in January to its menus across the country. This new option offers guests a plant-based alternative. Kevin Hochman (president, KFC U.S.), stated this in a news release. “the mission from day one was simple – make the world-famous Kentucky Fried Chicken from plants. And now over two years later we can say, ‘mission accomplished.'”

Beyond Fried Chicken now comes in a 6 or 12-piece order, either as a la carte or combo with a dipping Sauce. Prices vary depending on where you live, but they start at $6.99 without tax. KFC and Beyond Meat both noted that the product was not suitable for vegetarians. “prepared in vegan/vegetarian manner.”In August 2019, the product was tested in an Atlanta restaurant. It quickly sold out and then it received a second test at other locations in Tennessee, South Carolina and California.