There are a lot of not-so-nice things that one might say about KFC. But at least this factory for dispensing fried chicken serves food that sometimes, sort of, actually resembles food -- chicken with bones in it. Because, yes, chicken doesn't come in nuggets or in strips or boneless, skinless chicken breasts. It comes from a chicken, and chickens have bones.
And that idea, to customers of a certain age, is just too freaky. So KFC is going to start selling "off-the-bone chicken." Time reports:
Marker acknowledges that the chain’s customer base is aging, and that off-the-bone chicken is critical if the brand is to stay relevant and contemporary. “We joke a lot that young people today barely know that chicken has bones in it because of all the forms and formats that we eat it in,” he says. “