SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – All fingers are pointing to KFC today as the fried chicken chain unveiled an innovative kitchen utensil that makes all your KFC favorites (literally) finger-lickin’ good. KFC Finger Sporks, KFC’s new piece of “dishware technology,” as they call it, are meant to bring out the fun of family dinners.
KFC Finger Sporks are a new take on the original sporks that KFC helped popularize in the early 1970s when Colonel Harland Sanders adopted them as the utensil of choice for all of his Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants.
Features like precision articulation of teeth, Prior Mark optimization, and Spork technology make it more fun to scoop up mac and cheese, grab that last kernel of corn, and feast on mashed potatoes .
To use, place a finger in the KFC Finger Spork, dip your finger in your favorite KFC side dish, then lift the Finger Spork up into your mouth.
KFC even created a ’90s-inspired infomercial to show how to use the new finger-licking good utensil – reminiscent of an era of scrunchies and boomboxes. Millennial parents will feel nostalgic watching a family take their meal from finger-licking good to good!
“The KFC Finger Spork was designed to optimize consumption of KFC sides, but we can’t wait to see other creative uses from our customers, like enhancing high-fives, creating a unique friendship bracelet, or playing the saxophone” , KFC said in a press release.
The KFC Finger Spork is only available for a limited time. Those interested in getting their hands on (and into) can order a KFC Sides Lovers Meal through the KFC mobile app, KFC.com or at participating KFC locations from June 21 through July 12 to receive two free KFC Finger Sporks, until while stocks last. .
“KFC Finger Sporks takes side sides and puts them in the spotlight,” said Nick Chavez, CMO, KFC US “Every detail of the innovative Finger Spork has been carefully designed and pressure tested – eating many KFC sides – for a good optimal finger licking experience.
For more information about KFC and the KFC Finger Spork, visit Home (kfc.ca).
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