KFC Debut Two All New Chicken Wraps

KFC - Chicken Wraps

Kentucky Fried Chicken have announced the launch of an all new menu item – one sure to delight wrap lovers everywhere. Hitting nationwide menus on February 6th, fans can now order up one of two KFC Wraps for a limited time. To celebrate their release, customers can enjoy two KFC Wraps for just $5 as well! This deal is perfect for those looking for a meal on the go or a delicious snack that won’t break the bank.

The new for 2023 wraps follow hot on the heels of a a limited trial in Atlanta in 2022 and apparent surge in requests for the dish on social media. The KFC Wraps are available in classic or spicy and can be ordered online at KFC.com and on the KFC mobile app or in KFC restaurants. A KFC Wraps combo is also available for $7.99, which includes your choice of two wraps, a medium drink, and Secret Recipe Fries.

The two new KFC Wraps are come in two versions:

  • The Classic Chicken Wrap – Extra Crispy Tender, pickles, mayo, warm tortilla
  • The Spicy Slaw Chicken Wrap – Extra Crispy Tender, KFC coleslaw, spicy sauce, crispy pickles

The new KFC Wraps pair perfectly with PepsiCo’s new STARRY drink, which offers a refreshing burst of lemon-lime flavor. This drink is the perfect complement to the KFC Wraps and makes for a satisfying meal that’s sure to leave you feeling satisfied.

Image credit, KFC.

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