KFC Drinks Menu With Prices

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The drinks menu of KFC has soft drinks like Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Mountain Dew, Mountain Dew sweet Lightning, Dr. Pepper, etc. You can also have Sierra Mist, sweet tea, lemonade, and strawberry lemonade with your meal. 

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KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) is an American  restaurant chain headquartered. It is the world’s second-largest restaurant chain (as measured by sales) after McDonalds, with 22,621 locations globally in 150 countries as of December 2019. The chain is a subsidiary of Yum Brands a restaurant company that also owns the Pizza Hut, Talco Bell and WingStreet chains.

KFC was founded by Coloenl Harland Sanders , an entrepreneur who began selling fried chicken from his roadside restaurant in Corbin, Kentucky during the great senders. Sanders identified the potential of the restaurant Franchising concept and the first “Kentucky Fried Chicken” franchise opened in utah in 1952. KFC popularized chicken in the fast-food industry, diversifying the market by challenging the established dominance of the hamburger.

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KFC was one of the first fast-food chains to expand internationally, opening outlets in Britain, Mexico, and Jamaica by the mid-1960s. Throughout the 1970s and 80s, KFC experienced mixed success domestically, as it went through a series of changes in corporate ownership with little or no experience in the restaurant business. In the early 1970s, KFC was sold to the spirits distributor heublein , which was taken over by the R.J Reynolds food and tobacco conglomerate, which later sold the chain to PepsiCo . The chain continued to expand overseas, and in 1987 KFC became the first Western restaurant chain to open in China.

DrinksMediumLarge
Mountain Dew Sweet Lighting$ 3.23$ 3.59
Pepsi$ 3.23$ 3.59
Diet Pepsi$ 3.23$ 3.59
Mountain Dew$ 3.23$ 3.59
Sierra Mist$ 3.23$ 3.59
Iced Tea$ 3.23$ 3.59
Classic Lemonade$ 3.59$ 3.95

The Sanders Court & Café generally served travelers, so when the route planned in 1955 for interstate 75 bypassed corbin , Sanders sold his properties and traveled the US to market his chicken concept to restaurant owners. Independent restaurant owners would pay four cents on each chicken sold as a franchise fee (later increased to five cents), in exchange for Sanders’ “secret blend of herbs and spices”, his recipe and method, and the right to advertise using his name and likeness. In 1952 he had already successfully franchised his chicken recipe to Pete Harman of south salt lake, utah , the operator of one of the largest restaurants in the city.

Application & Background Check Fee (per person)From $ 300 to $ 500
Deposit Fee$ 20,000
Option Fee$ 25,000
Training ExpensesFrom $ 7,000 to $ 10,000
Permits, Licenses, and Security DepositsFrom $ 50,000 to $ 100,000
Real PropertyFrom $ 400,000 to $ 1,100,000
Building & Site CostsFrom $ 534,000 to $ 930,000
Equipment, Signage, and Décor, POS & MERITFrom $ 329,000 to $ 476,000
Start-up Inventory$ 10,000
Grand Opening Expense$ 5,000
InsuranceFrom $ 7,250 to $ 10,050
Miscellaneous CostsFrom $ 5,000 to $ 10,000
Additional FundsFrom $ 50,000 to $ 75,000
Estimated TotalFrom $ 1,442,550 to $ 2,771,550

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