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That’s right folks, today is the day to congratulate your favorite American Fast Food Restaurant! KFC completes on this March 20th, 88 years old. If you’re looking for a reason to have a cheat day, you came to the perfect place! Get ready to travel through the history of this amazing unique vintage restaurant.
Colonel Sanders is the original founder of this cool brand. He was passionate about changing lives for the better. And this value still part of the company. Throughout the years, every place has been through restaurant transformation but always keeping the vintage industrial style present.
The KFC Foundation, an independent non-profit organization, provides charitable support to KFC U.S. restaurant teams through education and crisis assistance programs and it’s worth a #foodporn tag on Instagram.
KFC Corporation, based in Louisville, Kentucky, is one of the few brands in America that can boast a rich, decades-long history of success and innovation, always keeping in mind and being loyal to its unique vintage roots.
It all started with one cook who created a soon-to-be world-famous recipe almost 90 years ago, a list of secret herbs and spices scratched out on the back of the door to his kitchen interior design.
That cook was Colonel Harland Sanders, of course, and now KFC is the world’s most popular chicken American fast food restaurant chain, specializing in that same Original Recipe along with Extra Crisp chicken, home-style sides and buttermilk biscuits.
There are over 20,500 KFC outlets in more than 125 countries and territories around the world. And you know what? Its architectural design continues to make the cutest vintage style restaurants and there’s still a cook in a kitchen in every last one of them, freshly preparing delicious, complete family meals at affordable prices.
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