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The Evening Post: KFC IS Bringing Back The Colonel

Everyone remembers Colonel Sanders, who came up with the recipe for Kentucky Fried Chicken.  Well, I guess since McDonald’s is bringing back old mascots like the Hamburglar, KFC is bringing back the Colonel!   75 more words

The Evening Post

KFC is bringing Colonel Sanders back

Following the news earlier this month that the Hamburglar is being brought back by McDonald’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken announced Tuesday that another beloved fast food mascot is coming back to TV: Colonel Sanders. 145 more words


New Chicago Taco Bell Could Be Company's First To Sell Alcohol

Want an ice-cold beer to wash down that Doritos Locos Taco? If city permits and licenses are to be believed, a new Taco Bell in Chicago’s Wicker Park neighborhood may be the first to let you live that dream. 231 more words

Fritos tacos? Taco Bell searches for its next junk food mashup

Even as McDonald’s tries to go highbrow with its “artisan” chicken sandwich, Taco Bell continues to stick with its decidedly low-brow menu strategy. The company that brought you the… 341 more words

Paw Print Rewind #005: April 23, 2015

Editor’s Note: This is the Paw Print Rewind, a daily look at the top news headlines.

EU meets on migrant crisis

European Union foreign ministers gathered Monday in Luxembourg under pressure to produce more than words as bodies were brought ashore in Malta as hundreds are feared to have drowned in the latest Mediterranean migrant tragedy. 830 more words


After food scandal, Yum's China restaurant sales drop less than expected

(Reuters) – Yum Brands , owner of KFC and Pizza Hut chains, on Tuesday said business in its biggest market China is recovering from a meat scare at one of its minor suppliers and that the division would finish the year strong. 235 more words


KFC, Pizza Hut & Taco Bell Commit to Deforestation-Free Palm Oil. Who's Next?

Kentucky Fried Chicken may have changed its name to KFC years ago to downplay its cooking method in a more health-conscious consumer market, but the world’s second-largest fast food chain didn’t stop frying. 888 more words