KFC Corporation Corporate Office Headquarters

KFC Corporation Corporate Office | Headquarters

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1441 Gardiner Ln. Louisville, KY 40213
Phone: (502)874-8300
Website: kfc.com
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Company Overview

KFC Corporation is a multinational fast food restaurant chain also known as Kentucky Fried Chicken. The American based restaurant is famous for its fried crispy chicken tenders. The world largest fried chicken chain has about 17,000 outlets in approximately 115 countries. The restaurant also ranks third largest restaurant chain with Subway and McDonalds at top. The subsidiary company of Yum Brands provides fried chickens, chicken burger, French fries, salads, desserts, breakfast, soft drinks, box meal, flavors and snacks. The company also provides sweet corn, smashed potatoes, Cole slaw, fresh backed biscuits, past, seasoned rice, potato wedges and salads.



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  • By Moe - Posted on: September 5, 2013

    Hello just like to let you know that you're KFC store at 17239 Brookhurst Fountain Valley CA (Store # D01101) Grate people working there. Thank you Fernando,Aida,David,Fabien & all the rest of the Grate people that work there. Grate service grate food & very polite. I will go back to you're store. Thank you so very much.

  • By Maclyn Monroe - Posted on: August 30, 2013

    I and my family will NEVER visit KFC until you start paying a LIVING WAGE!

  • By SHANNA HAMILTON - Posted on: August 29, 2013

    i WENT TO THE LOCATION AT 407 IN LEWISVILLE/FLOWER MOUND LOCATION LAST NIGHT. I ORDERED THE SPECIAL 7 OF THEM. THE CHICKEN FRIED STEAK MEAL. WELL FIRST OF ALL THEY WERE ALL OVER COOKED LIKE A PIECE OF CARDBOARD. I COULD HAVE WENT OUT SIDE AND PLAYED FRISBY WITH THEM. 2ND, THE BISCUITS TASTED LIKE THEY WERE DIPED IN SOAP NOT BUTTER. WHEN I DID TAKE THEM BACK TO SPEAK TO THE MANAGER, HE JUST LOOKED AT ME AND SAID WHAT DO YOU WANT ME TO DO. I JUST ASK FOR MORE MEALS BUT THAT WILL BE THE LAST TIME I GO THERE. THE MANAGER WAS SO RUDE AND THE CUSTOMER SERVICE WAS NOT GOOD. AND THE PLACE WAS SO DIRTY.

  • By Angelique Figueras - Posted on: August 23, 2013

    I went to the KFC in Orlando Fl, right by red bug it was attached too a long john silvers. I have never been so grossed out in my life no one in that restaurant were wearing gloves while they where cooking. I looked straight at people dipping there bare hands in the shrimp batter with the shrimp. Taking the biscuits out with there hands. Touching the chicken with their bare hands. I have never in my life seen any fast food restaurant touch food with bare hands. I even saw the cashier handle money and food with out washing her hands. I didn't even see glove boxes lying around. NO RESTAURANT SHOULD LET PEOPLE ACTUALLY TOUCH THERE FOOD. GERMS, OPEN CUTS; LEADING TO OTHER ILLNESSES BY THE CONSUMERS SUCH AS AIDS, HEPATITIS. NOT TO MENTION CROSS CONTAMINATION AND ALLERGIES TO SOME ITEMS. WHICH IS BAD CAUSE THEY ALSO HAD FISH AND SHRIMP BECAUSE OF THE LONG JOHN SILVERS ATTACHED. WIPING SWEAT TOUCHING FOOD, OR SCRATCHING YOURSELF AND THEN CONTINUING WORK ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING!!!!!I AM APPALLED AND NEVER THOUGHT I WOULD EVER SEE THIS IN ANY KITCHEN...LET ALONE KFC. I WILL NEVER GO TO KFC AGAIN, UNLESS I SEE THEM USING GLOVES. I HOPE OTHER PEOPLE FEEL THE SAME WAY ABOUT THIS. IF THEY WONDER WHY THEY RANDOMLY GET SICK, THINK ABOUT WHERE YOU HAVE EATEN. If anyone else agrees I believe you should comment this and get heard cause that is a health threat to us, our families and all the people who go there. Sincerely and Disgusted ~Angelique Figueras

  • By Theodore - Posted on: July 29, 2013

    Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC) has a new commercial promoting their hot bites chicken. The female takes a bite from a spicy piece of chicken and immediately slaps the man in the face. He then grimaces in pain from her striking him. She then grabs another piece of chicken and leaves the room. People especially men, shouldn't we be offended and concerned by this? If we reverse the roles, and the man slapped the woman and she grabs her face in pain, this commercial would not have made it on the air. Why, because that is not considered funny. That would be considered the promotion of domestic violence. THAT IS A FACT!. If the man even slapped a dog and the dog whimpered in pain, the commercial would have never made it on the air. Why, because that is not considered funny. That would be considered animal cruelty. THAT IS ALSO A FACT! So it's ok for a man to get slapped, but its not ok for him to slap a woman or even an animal? Why, because it has become socially acceptable to slap a man. So in addition to promoting their new hot bites, KFC is also promoting domestic violence against men. THIS IS TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE!

  • By Preniece Fowler - Posted on: July 17, 2013

    My idea is chicken bites sourrounded with a butter biscuit & customer dip in brown gravy

  • By Jim Plaier - Posted on: June 5, 2013

    Visited store K032023 at 5:47, June 6th. Ordered: 1 pot pie, l lg slaw, and ordered 3 piece tenders. I was asked what side order and type of drink I would like. I responded I just wanted the 3 strips ($3.79). The counter person, who showed no name tag, restated what side and type of drink I would like. She simply refused to sell me the 3 strips although it appeared on your sales board. I gave up with her refusal to take my order as I requested. This unit is about 2 miles from my house. If there was another KFC closer, I would go there. Also, about 2 wks ago they were out of pot pies because someone forgot to put them in the oven. BAD SERVICE. BAD ATTITUDE. Jimplaier@att.net.

  • By Grace Carpenter - Posted on: June 21, 2013

    I have seen several new TV advertisements about the new boneless Chicken, but all I have seen seem to feature African American persons with southern accents. I find this reminding me of 1950's stereotyping. Don't you think it would be better to have some white, Oriental and Hispanic persons in some of these spots also? I am an American born white woman, aged 72, and your ads cause me to wonder about the perceptions of society. Have we made no progress? Can people not be seen without the bias of race, speech, or prejudices? ALL should be represented Equally.

  • By Donnie Lane - Posted on: May 20, 2013

    Just got the boneless chicken meal at the KFC in Oak Forest, IL. My husband had eaten 2 pieces before I started eating. When I opened the breast it was all brown and yucky inside and when squeezed blood came out. I was upset so I grabbed the chicken and took it back. They weren't that upset that the chicken was bad, wanted to replace it, who would want more of that chicken. Gave me a refund for the pieces I brought back. The least they could of done was refunded for the meal, since who could enjoy it after rotten chicken. Had I thought I would of grabbed everything and took it back. Will not be ever going back to the place. Also while I was there, one of the ladies at the counter hit the buckets on the lower shelf to the floor and just picked them up and put them up to use. Yuck!!!!! If you want a picture of the chicken let me know and I will send to you. My email is dixie6975@sbcglobal.net

  • By DOUG - Posted on: May 18, 2013

    For several years I have avoided selecting KFC as a take out choice because it always seemed that the variety and pieces of chicken I preferred were seldom available, I always got the "I'm sorry we only have one grilled leg would you like an original or crispy leg to complete your order?" Yesterday I tried again. Two restaurants, one on Harrisburg Pike and one on Stringtown road in Columbus, Ohio had insufficient product to complete an order for a grilled breast and wing, and a second order with 3 grilled legs. At the first restaurant on Harrisburg Pike, after waiting about 10 minutes for staff to fill the previous order (which took some doing to get it right) and watching a line worker drop a pair of tongs on the floor and pick them up and put them back on the serving line, I was advised that there was not the desired pieces of grilled chicken available and would I take crispy or original. I asked to cancel the order, which a manager did without question, and my charge was reversed. At the Stringtown road store I inquired of the cashier as to whether or not the selection I preferred was available before bothering to ring in an order. Of course there was not. We ended up at Taco Bell. The attempt to offer variety coupled with keeping fresh product and controlling waste from product that might sit on the line too long is understandably a challenge to managing a location. Perhaps trying to offer too expansive of a menu is a problem. Might I suggest that a chicken inventory be devised. When the orders are rung in there is a record of what pieces of what variety are sold. If a system was developed that tracked the cooked chicken that was placed on the line, then the system and the cashier could know as they rang up the order if something was not available, and perhaps the wait time for it to come out of the fryer or off the grill. This would save customer frustration that results from waiting for an order to be filled, only to find that they cannot get what they ordered. It would also improve staff attitude and customer service as they would actually be able to fill the orders the way the customer expected. Now you offer original, extra crispy, chicken strips, and the new boneless. A way to manage what product needs backed up in order to give the customer what they prefer would be in your best interest. Thanks for listening,




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