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KFC unveils new restaurant designs for growing contactless ordering demand
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KFC U.S. President Kevin Hochman discusses reopening restaurants amid coronavirus with extensive safety measures.
Kentucky Fried Chicken is going to look different in the very near future.
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The fast food chain’s restaurant-wide redesign is meant to limit person-to-person contact and bolster to-go options as the coronavirus pandemic continues. The “modernized” updates will begin in 2021 and be dubbed the “’Next Generation Prototype’ restaurant concept,” according to a press release sent to FOX Business.
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Visual mockups show KFC restaurant exteriors with its signature red and white stripes along with Colonel Sanders's face. Large markers in the parking lot direct cars into a curbside pick-up location for online orders while a similar system is used with a brightly lit arrow and chicken bucket that direct customers to an on-food pick-up cubby area.