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Kfc workers spotted grabbing chicken in asda

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Lol thats funny, especially when reading their food quality statement on their website...


FOOD FARMING AND WELFARE
We ensure that all of our chicken meets independently assured animal welfare and food safety standards, all the way from farm to fingers.

ALL OF OUR CHICKEN ON THE BONE IS RED TRACTOR ASSURED.
The Red Tractor logo means that our suppliers are regularly checked by independent assessors to meet rigorous standards on animal welfare, food safety, hygiene and traceability.

WE SUPPORT BRITISH AND IRISH FARMERS.
We buy from over 500 Red Tractor assured farms across the UK and Ireland. All of our Original Recipe chicken on the bone comes from these farms.

WE HAVE TOUGH CODES OF PRACTICE.
Our suppliers are regularly and independently audited against rigorous and recognised standards, including the KFC Code of Practice for Animal Welfare and the British Retail Consortium Global Standard for Food Safety.

PREPARATION AND COOKING
Our Original Recipe KFC chicken is always freshly prepared by hand and cooked in our restaurants by our specially trained cooks.

ALL OUR ORIGINAL RECIPE CHICKEN IS DELIVERED FRESH FROM FARM TO RESTAURANT.
We want you to enjoy the freshest chicken possible, so we guarantee that all of our Original Recipe chicken pieces - breast, drumsticks, wings and thighs - come directly to our restaurants from the farm so they reach you as freshly as possible.

ALL OF OUR ORIGINAL RECIPE CHICKEN IS PREPARED BY HAND.
In each of our restaurants, a specially trained cook prepares each whole chicken piece by hand. We use only the finest British flour to ‘bread’ our chicken - that’s what we call adding the coating of flour that contains our secret blend of eleven herbs and spices! Freshness is everything to us, so every piece of chicken is fried within 5 to 10 minutes of being breaded.

OUR FOOD ONLY REMAINS ON SALE FOR A STRICTLY LIMITED TIME.
Once an item is cooked, it can only be held for sale for a limited amount of time. If an item ‘times out’, we withdraw it from sale. This is how we ensure our customers are buying the freshest food possible.

WE ARE AIMING FOR ZERO FOOD WASTE.
We are in the process of rolling out our Food Donation Scheme across the UK and Ireland. Under this scheme, our leftover chicken is donated to local charities. To find out more about the scheme, click here. Waste food that cannot be donated is recycled.
tregs2 m ago

Not true


Oh a prank still funny though
It may be fake but still amusing. Its believable though as its not first time a fast food chain has purchased products from supermarkets in order to keep up with demand.
Terracore1 m ago

It may be fake but still amusing. Its believable though as its not first …It may be fake but still amusing. Its believable though as its not first time a fast food chain has purchased products from supermarkets in order to keep up with demand.


I can believe it
I worked in restaurants a while back and it was pretty common to pick things up in the supermarket when the suppliers ran out of an item.
Randomly we we would be going to buy a ton of lettuce or something because it didn’t turn up on the delivery. Show must go on and all
farmlama36 m ago

...Randomly we we would be going to buy a ton of lettuce or something …...Randomly we we would be going to buy a ton of lettuce or something because it didn’t turn up on the delivery. Show must go on and all


Random wee wee is a problem.
Same dude did a dominoes vid of the same thing but buying pizzas. Funny though
Imagine thinking this was legit.
Could he get sued for this? Lost profits
The white guy in the KFC shirt is discoboy, got him on my snapchat, he does all sorts of pranks.

Some of his pranks involve trespassing or breaking into cinemas at night, or swimming pools.

He was the guy that slapped a pizza in jack jones face btw.
Edited by: "J4GG4" 26th Feb
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Trollstation!
The guy doing the voiceover finds it much funnier than I do
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