LOUISVILLE, Kentucky - Word out of the home office of KFC is that the chicken franchise giant is considering making a big change to their restaurant menu.
KFC spokesperson Willow Riffaletti, 37, informed the news media that four months ago they hired The Amalgamated Data Gathering Agency of Chicago to conduct some nationwide studies.
Mrs. Riffaletti stated that ADGA found that many of the younger KFC patrons were tending to lean towards some of the non-chicken items such as the mashed potatoes, the coleslaw, mac and cheese, and corn-on-the-cob.
Corporate executives are now considering the possibility of going to a total non-chicken menu.
Beryl Truckington, 53, who is the KFC director of menu items explained that by going to a non-chicken menu, the company will save millions of dollars annually by not having to purchase chickens.
SIDENOTE: Mrs. Riffaletti noted that there are over 18,000 KFC's in 120 countries. She said that one of the KFC's in Natchez, Mississippi, has been chosen to serve as the test market before a final decision is made.