2 New Deals From Krispy Krunchy Chicken

Promotions run until October; 1 geared to individuals, 1 for parties
Two new limited-time deals from Krispy Krunchy Chicken
Photograph courtesy of Krispy Krunchy Chicken

Branded fried-chicken provider Krispy Krunchy Chicken is rolling out two new limited-time deals starting July 10, one for individuals and one for large parties.

The Sampler Deal, at $5.99, is a piece of dark bone-in fried chicken, a Cajun tender, two pieces of traditional wings and a honey biscuit.

For feeding a crowd, the Tailgate Special includes 20 pieces of Cajun tenders and five dipping sauces for $29.99.

These deals are available at participating locations until October.

“High-quality, high-crave products at strong values are the essence of what we offer our operators,” said Jim Norberg, president of Krispy Krunchy Chicken, Alexandria, Louisiana. “Operators who feature Krispy Krunchy Chicken have one of the best foodservice solutions around.”

Krispy Krunchy Chicken, founded in Louisiana in 1989, is a quick-serve solution for convenience stores, truckstops, universities, casinos and big-box retailers across the United States. The store-in-store concept offers hand-breaded, mild Cajun-spiced fried chicken and all-white-meat tenders. The menu also includes sides and the brand’s trademark honey biscuits.

Krispy Krunchy Chicken, which sells more than 1 million pounds of chicken every week, operates more than 2,700 retail locations across 47 states. It’s eyeing 3,000 locations by the end of 2023.

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