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    Burger King Launches New Crispy Chicken Tenders Nationwide

  • Industry News September 21, 2018

    Burger King restaurants are launching new Crispy Chicken Tenders at restaurants nationwide. The new Crispy Chicken Tenders are made with whole muscle white meat chicken and no artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. Coated in a home-style seasoned breading, the tenders are juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside and are a perfect match with any of BK restaurant’s delicious dipping sauces.

    In a new video on YouTube.com/BurgerKing, the brand took to the streets of New York City with a camera in hand to ask people about the new BK Crispy Chicken Tenders. The catch? These tenders didn’t exist on the menu yet. Many unsuspecting people claimed that they had recently tried them. Not surprisingly, they somehow already knew just how good they would be.

    “The Crispy Chicken Sandwich we introduced last year took the chicken category by storm, so we know our new Crispy Chicken Tenders will hit a sweet spot for our guests,” says Christopher Finazzo, president, North America for the Burger King brand. “Our guests can now have the same great flavor, crispiness and juiciness they love from our other chicken offerings with our new Crispy Chicken Tenders.”

    To celebrate the launch of new Crispy Chicken Tenders, Grubhub is offering a free four-piece order when guests order at least $10 of BK Products starting Tuesday, September 25th at select restaurants nationwide.

    New Crispy Chicken Tenders are available at a recommended price of $2.49 for 2 pieces and $4.49 for 4 pieces. They are also available as part of the 2 for $6 Mix or Match promotion alongside the WHOPPER sandwich, Crispy Chicken sandwich and the Spicy Crispy Chicken sandwich; available for a limited time only at participating restaurants. New Crispy Chicken Tenders are perfect for dipping in any of the BK restaurant’s dipping sauces including BBQ, Honey Mustard, Ranch, Zesty, Buffalo and Sweet & Sour.

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