But getting a good franchise these days is alot harder then it was now. Most of the good ones are already taken up or the brand owners themselves would be expending here in Asia on their own. End of the day, it is all about the money heheh...
Last edited by garou12; 28th January 2008 at 01:18 PM.
IN recent years in fact..I find KFC in JB or KL to taste better then Singapore's hahaha.... yes small chicken too but it taste better for some reason.
I finally took the plunge, drove down to T3 to try out Popeye's.
In my opinion, the chicken tasted better than KFC, the fries and whipped potato was really good too. Have not tried the other stuff on the menu, but I am almost sure I will be there again within the next fortnight.
Down with KFC!
Went to Popeye's on Friday. Wah! The size of the chicken also have shrunken leh...
I am a fan of Popeye since my U days in Canada. Was so happy when I found them hiding in T1 a couple years ago, or was it in T2 then...hee. Ya, Popeye had shrunken since last year. Used to get bigger chicken plus 2 side dish and the biscuit. Now one side dish only. The chicken also shrunken from 2 large pieces to now one large and one tiny. But still enough to fill me up. Recently went to T3 Popeye. Saw that there was Cajun rice on their menu but not selling yet. Hope they bring that in and accepted by the people here. The T3 biscuits seems much better than what T1 used to offer. Nearer to the one I got in Canada.
either that much.
Unlike some manufacturers, he won't use more skin than that, and he won't use mechanically recovered meat (MRM), which is obtained by pushing the carcass through a giant teabag-like screen to produce a slurry of protein, then bound back together with polyphosphates and gums.Like much of our diet today, the nugget is processed so highly that its taste and texture depend as much on engineering and additives as on any raw ingredients, making it an easy way to disguise cheap or adulterated food.All this talk of KFC though has made me hungry.But the trouble is, once you've minced bits of a chicken to a pulp, that pulp could be anything from anywhere. With other manufacturers, sometimes it is. Recycled pet food, breasts injected with pig and cattle proteins, banned carcinogenic antibiotics - they've all been found by the authorities recently in chicken destined for processing.
Last edited by cairocks; 3rd February 2008 at 09:02 PM.
Mac and KFC have taken deep roots in many countries and for wendy USA to veture beyond her mother land,it is certain she needs very strong market deveopment and diversification.
Btw,KFC chicken are so tiny these recent years.
No more drumlets anymore,just zinger meal