KFC Canada is piloting plant-based fried ‘chicken’ tomorrow

Head to Mississauga on November 27 to try it out

KFC Canada has revealed that it’s testing plant-based fried “chicken” for a (very) limited time.

For one day only, the new trial will be available at only one of KFC’s Canadian restaurant his month, but if it goes well, KFC Canada may roll out the plant-based meal across the country next year.
 

KFC has partnered with LightLife to bring its meat-free chicken sandwich and popcorn chicken to Mississauga on Wednesday, November 27th. The Plant-Based Fried Chicken sandwich, which can be either regular or spicy, will be $6.99 on its own or $8.99 for a meal. The Plant-Based Fried Popcorn Chicken bucket, on the other hand, will be available for $3.99.

If you’re interested in testing it out, head to 6055 Creditview Road in Mississauga between 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 p.m., or while supplies last.

“We believe the Colonel’s famous finger lickin’ good taste should have no boundaries,” KFC Canada chief marketing officer Sam Redman explains in a statement. “So we’ve created several craveable plant-based options for Canadian’s looking for a meat-free meal.”