KFC Has Created Less Smelly Fried Chicken Just in Time for the

first_img Nina Zipkin Image credit: Justin Sullivan | Getty Images Add to Queue The scientifically engineered poultry is available in Japan until the end of December. Next Article Innovation can come in the most unexpected packages. In Japan, KFC has developed and is now selling fried chicken that has a less potent smell. It’s all in an effort to make it less objectionable if a KFC customer decided to bring it with them on the train home from work.The “Fried Chicken Home Type” is available until Dec. 31 at one solely take-out location in Tokyo’s Shinjuku train station. Two pieces of the “low-aroma” chicken can be purchased for $4.50, with sides such as coleslaw and pot pie also on the menu. And apparently, once you pop the chicken in the microwave, the classic fried chicken smell is restored.Related: What KFC’s Goofy VR Escape Room Taught Me About the Power of Storytelling in CommunicationEating KFC fried chicken is a Christmas tradition in Japan thanks to a successful marketing campaign that dates back to the 1970s, when the restaurant chain opened up its first location in the country.Would you want to try KFC’s low-aroma fried chicken? Let us know in the comments. Food Businesses 1 min read –sharescenter_img 2019 Entrepreneur 360 List The only list that measures privately-held company performance across multiple dimensions—not just revenue. Entrepreneur Staff Staff Writer. Covers leadership, media, technology and culture. December 21, 2017 KFC Has Created Less Smelly Fried Chicken Just in Time for the Holidays Apply Now »last_img

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