Colonel Sanders, Born Today in 1890

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Colonel Sanders, born in 1890, wasn’t a real colonel. But he is an American icon

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What Happens an Hour After Drinking Locally Sourced, Sustainable, Organic Kale Juice?

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Michelle Minton and Gregory Conko write: We’ve all done it: shared a story about some study showing that chocolate is a weight-loss miracle food or a story about how KFC serves deep-fried rat before realizing—too late—we perpetuated an untruth. We spread an inaccurate, viral story and made everyone online a little dumber. Hopefully, such experiences make us a little more skeptical, a little less inclined to take hyperbolic headlines at face-value. You might have seen this infographic making the rounds lately, claiming to show “what happens to your body an hour after drinking a can of coke.” It’s the most recent example of why you shouldn’t always believe what you read. Read the rest of this entry »


National Fried Chicken Day, Part 2: KFC, McDonald’s, Look to Go Digital in China

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McDonald’s Corp. and Yum Brands Inc. are looking to add digital options in China that will make their fast-food sales even faster and win back business after a rough year in the critical Chinese market. As WSJ’s Laurie Burkitt reports:

McDonald’s will start testing mobile ordering and mobile payment in China under a pilot program in the current third quarter, said a spokeswoman. The aim is to speed payment and meet consumer demands, she said. “Given Chinese consumers being so digital—we are now preparing,” she added.

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Yum said its KFC business teamed up with technology giant Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. in late June to launch mobile-payment services for 700 of its 4,500-plus stores in China. Customers can pay for their in-store orders of fried chicken in a few seconds by scanning bar codes generated by Alibaba’s mobile-payment application Alipay….(read more)

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[VIDEO] REWIND: In Honor of National Fried Chicken Day, Weepy Activist Storms California Restaurant, Delivers a Heartfelt Speech

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An animal activist was caught on camera making an emotional plea to diners at a restaurant in California.

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Kelly Atlas, from Oakland, who works with Direct Action Everywhere, was filmed as she tearfully asked people eating in a San Francisco eatery to think about where their food comes from.

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Atlas can be seen walking into the restaurant, and addressing patrons, as the atmosphere falls quiet…

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National Fried Chicken Day is observed on July 6 every year in the United States. In observance of this day, some people consume various preparations of fried chicken. Fried chicken has been described as an “American restaurant staple”.

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Some fried chicken restaurant locations such as Church’s Chicken and KFC, and other restaurants such as Grandy’s locations, offer special price reductions on National Fried Chicken Day.

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More: Burger King Japan’s Burgers of Color

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The red buns are colored with tomato powder. The cheese is also made with tomato powder to turn it red. The sauce is also red. It’s based on miso paste mixed with Chinese chili bean sauce and red pepper

Kazuaki Nagata reports: Burger King Japan surprised the public when it released its black burger series in 2012. Now the fast-food chain has announced a similarly colorful promotion involving red sandwiches.

Just as the black burger series had dark black buns and cheese, the new red burgers come with red buns and cheese.

Tokyo-based Burger King Japan said it will sell two types of seasonal red burger starting July 3. One is called “Aka Samurai Chicken” that sandwiches fried chicken, lettuce, tomato and cheese between red buns colored with tomato powder. Read the rest of this entry »