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KFC's 'Clean-Eating' Cauliflower Burger Was a Prank to Launch a More Traditional Menu Item
By: Business Insider
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Last week, KFC UK and Ireland ran a puzzling social media campaign to trumpet the launch of its new "clean-eating burger."

It apparently contained a "chia-seeded cauliflower bun," "unsweetened almond yoghurt," "ice cube relish," "spiralized chicken breast," and "100% British kale."

KFC said it was created in collaboration with "Figgy Poppleton-Rice" — a clear parody of clean-eating food bloggers. Nevertheless, some internet users reacted in disdain at KFC for neglecting its traditional fried chicken fare.

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