KFC tests new breadless sandwich with ‘bun’ of fried chicken

August 25, 2009

(ChattahBox) — While the “Rethink KFC” commercial campaign to date, has been focused on rebranding the company with healthy products, there’s a new offering by the colonel that has taken a different direction. KFC is now offering on a limited basis, a special “sandwich,” called the “Double Down”, which consists of bacon, two kinds of cheeses, Pepperjack Cheese and Swiss Cheese with special sauce between two pieces of fried chicken acting as a bun.

According to Fox News, the “Double Down” is being test-marketed in only two areas so far, Rhode Island and Omaha, Nebraska and sells for $6.99.


Comments

5 Responses to “KFC tests new breadless sandwich with ‘bun’ of fried chicken”

  1. Air Monitoring Shelters on August 25th, 2009 11:25 am

    Oh Wow! Why only on Rhode Island and Nebraska? That’s unfair! Please don’t test market it anymore! Im sure, Double Down will sell like hot cakes! Can I have 10 orders now? 🙂

  2. anon on August 25th, 2009 1:15 pm

    DO WANT!

    srsly, this thing look like it’s 50% win, 50% lol, and 50% awesome.

    Yeah, that’s right, 150% legendary!

  3. KFC tests new breadless sandwich with ‘bun’ of fried chicken on August 25th, 2009 2:22 pm

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  4. surrey on August 26th, 2009 2:57 am

    Of course i want … its looks yummy.

  5. Translation Chicago on November 7th, 2009 12:54 am

    Hmmm, can I have a plate, a fork and a knife please? And I’ll order one cup of garlic rice with it please?… now I’m done with my dinner! Yum! Yum! Yum! 🙂

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