Chicken wraps are coming back to KFC after an eight-year hiatus.
Starting today, October 3rd, the fast-food chain is adding chicken wraps to its menus at select Atlanta-area restaurants for a limited time. This new line of chicken wraps is a spin on KFC Twister Wraps – popular menu items that have been on the comeback wish list for fans across the United States since they were removed from the menus in 2014.
The new Kentucky Fried Chicken Wraps
The updated version of KFC Twister Wraps, called Kentucky Fried Chicken Wraps, comes in three varieties:
- The Classic Chicken Wrap, a hand-breaded Extra Crispy Tender, crunchy pickles, and creamy mayo, wrapped up in a warm tortilla.
- The Mac & Cheese Chicken Wrap tops an Extra Crispy Tender with rich and gooey perfection — KFC’s cheddar mac & cheese and sprinkled with a three-cheese blend.
- The Spicy Slaw Chicken Wrap covers our Extra Crispy Tender in a flavorful mix of KFC coleslaw, spicy sauce, and crispy pickles.
Where to buy Kentucky Fried Chicken Wraps
The Kentucky Fried Chicken Wraps are available are now available at participating KFC locations in Atlanta and surrounding areas such as Decatur, Duluth, Suwanee, and more. For the complete list of locations that offer the new menu item, click here.
If they prove popular with customers at those locations, the chain will likely roll them out nationwide in the coming months.
How much are Kentucky Fried Chicken Wraps?
The wraps, across all varieties, cost $3 each and are also available in a two-wrap combo.
Why are chicken wraps making a comeback at KFC?
Fans have made it loud and clear that they miss KFC wraps. According to the chain, there have been over 42,500 mentions on Twitter within the past two years around fans craving wraps, making it a highly anticipated menu item for snackers and KFC loyalists alike.
“With our new wraps, our fans in Atlanta are bound to experience a burst of finger-lickin’ good flavor with every bite, whether it be from the crunch of our Extra Crispy Tenders, the bold heat from our spicy sauce, or the richness of our cheesy mac & cheese,” said Chef Chris Scott, Head Chef, KFC U.S., in a statement. “We’re excited to hear the feedback on these new flavor combinations from our Atlanta customers!”
According to CNN Business, the re-introduction of wraps at KFC is also a way to remind customers that it has offerings that can easily be eaten on the go. The news outlet added that KFC’s new chicken wraps could also attract disappointed McDonald’s fans who have been asking the chain to bring back its Snack Wraps – a beloved menu item that won’t be getting revamped anytime soon.