Dallas, TX - Due to New Invention KFC to Have Kosher Milk Flavor Chicken
Thanks to a special approval granted by the global chain, KFC Israel announced that it would start marketing its chicken meals with a kosher soy-powder coating rather than the standard milk-power coating.
The approval was granted after two years of negotiations and deliberations, since the milk-powder element has been an inseparable part of KFC’s world-famous coating for over half a century, and is what gives it its one-of-a-kind taste and coloring.
The kosher powder that will replace the milk ingredient is a milk-flavored soy powder that was approved by Kentucky Fried Chicken’s labs in Dallas, Texas.
Thanks to this development, the chain will be able to open kosher branches in other places around the world where large Jewish populations are concentrated.
According to KFC Israel, the new taste is identical to the original, and the move to develop the new ingredient stemmed from many customers’ requests to avoid mixing meat and dairy.
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