By Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline. KFC is to pause the use of its classic Finger Lickin' Good slogan after 64 years as it admitted that the message 'doesn't quite fit' following the coronavirus outbreak. The company has released new images of advertising posters and packaging with the well-known slogan blurred and pixelated. It said the slogan will return 'when the time is right' but it will shift its messaging in the meantime. And a new TV advert for the chain shows lots of the blurred images and ends with the text, 'You know that thing we always say?
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Beginning February 3, select KFC restaurants in Charlotte, Nashville and surrounding areas, will offer new Beyond Fried Chicken menu items, available through February 23, or while supplies last. The expanded test comes on the heels of the overwhelmingly successful test launch in Atlanta last summer, making KFC the first national U. QSR to introduce plant-based chicken in partnership with Beyond Meat. With customers lining up hours before the restaurant opened and cars double-wrapped around the drive-thru and down the block, Beyond Fried Chicken was in high demand and sold out in less than five hours.
Kentucky Fried Chicken has decided to pause using its "finger lickin' good" slogan because Several months after health officials recommended everyone stop touching their faces to help stop the spread of coronavirus , KFC said Monday that the year-old slogan "doesn't feel quite right. The menu isn't changing and the company said the slogan will return when the "time is right. To be clear, Monday's announcement is a marketing campaign.