KFC IS GIVING AWAY FREE GRAVY (YES, ACTUAL FREE GRAVY) TO CURE THE BLUE MONDAY GLOOM
London, United Kingdom, January 17, 2020- January 20th isn’t anyone’s friend. Dark mornings, even darker nights, payday still out of reach, and Christmas is all but a distant memory - it’s called Blue Monday for a reason.
We know it’s the worst day ever, but the Colonel’s got you. No more January blues. He’s dishing out the nation’s favourite… our iconic, freshly prepared gravy.
Yes, KFC GRAVY… FOR. FREE. No joke.
Whether you’re looking to smother, drizzle or drench, we guarantee this’ll put the shake back into your tail feathers. Head to your nearest KFC restaurant and ask for the Blue Monday gravy offer and that’s it. No other purchase required.
It’s less Blue Monday… more Woo Monday.
You’re welcome. Thank us later.
Terms and Conditions:
This offer is for one regular portion of gravy on the 20th January 2020 only. To use this offer just ask our cashier for the “Blue Monday Gravy” offer. No purchase necessary. Limited to one per customer. Offer only available in restaurant. No substitutions applicable, subject to availability and not available in Jersey.
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T: +44 (20) 3003 6352
In 1952 Colonel Harland Sanders opened the first KFC restaurant in Utah. Since then, his perfectly crafted Original Recipe chicken and its secret recipe of 11 herbs and spices has become famous all over the world, and today we have over 900 restaurants across the UK and Ireland.
The Colonel was all about doing things the right way. That means our chicken is delivered fresh from farm to restaurant in 48 hours. It’s prepared carefully by hand in-restaurant by trained cooks, using the very best chicken reared to strict welfare standards. In July 2019 we took the next big step in our welfare journey and signed up to the Better Chicken Commitment, a set of six criteria that have been designed to improve the lives of all chickens within the KFC supply chain, by 2026. That’s what makes our food so finger lickin’ good.
The right way also means serving fresh proper food, packed with flavour. So, we’ve worked hard to make nutritional improvements across our menu, so our fans have as much choice as possible, and we’ve committed to removing 20% of calories per serving by 2025.
The Colonel also believed in feeding promise, wherever it’s found. So that’s why we invest heavily in the development and careers of our 27,000 employees – we were the first restaurant to launch an honours degree. And since its 2015 launch, our KFC Foundation has paid out grants totalling £5 million to our charity partners who are passionate about developing and nurturing young people across the country.
To find out more about us visit www.kfc.co.uk, or follow the Colonel on Twitter @KFC_UKI and Instagram @kfc_uki.