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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

Environment

KFC's parent company is going for Chick-fil-A's throat

KFC and Taco Bell parent company Yum! Brands appears to have plans in the works to chip away at Chick-fil-A’s dominance in the U.S.

Yum! has been slowly opening a new franchise called Super Chix, that sells chicken sandwiches, fries and custard, a clear shot at Chick-fil-A’s own offerings. 251 more words

Retail

Pizza Hut Menu Additions Failing To Generate Additional Sales

A few months back, Pizza Hut announced a complete menu revamp, adding a bunch of new crusts, drizzles, toppings and whatnot to their regular slate of pizzas. 313 more words

Opinionated Grumpy: I have nothing against Disney promoting healthy eating habits. But Subway better have awesome stuff planned when Star Wars: The Force Awakens is released!!!!

Disney had a licensing agreement with McDonald’s restaurants from the early 90’s till 2010. To avoid promoting Childhood obesity they gave the licence agreement to Subway in 2010. 178 more words

Disney

This is Taco Bell's latest breakfast food invention

Taco Bell’s latest foray into breakfast foods comes in the form of a biscuit — the fast food chain announced plans Tuesday to roll out a Biscuit Taco starting March 26 across the United States. 198 more words

Retail

Starbucks joins race debate, faces backlash over #RaceTogether campaign

WATCH: The coffee chain has launched the “Race Together” campaign, asking employees to start conversations on race relations with customers. Aarti Pole reports.

NEW YORK – Starbucks is joining the national conversation about race in the latest sign that corporations are trying to tie their brands to big social issues. 530 more words

News

Yum's salty predicament

Yum Brands is “quietly” reducing the amount of salt in Taco Bell’s fare, reports USA Today. So quietly that Yum’s CEO is giving interviews about it to USA Today. 596 more words

Retail