Krispy Krunchy Chicken has featured cajun-style chicken (bone-in and tenders) since 1989, which is always fresh, never frozen and fried in zero trans fat oil. The menu also includes signature dishes of Traditional Wings; Krispy Wings; Cajun Sweet & Sour Wings; Cajun Tenders; Red Beans and Rice; Jambalaya; Boudin Bites (Cajun rice balls); Krispy Shrimp; Cajun Style Fish; and Honey Butter Biscuits
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Krispy Krunchy Chicken Serves Up Meals to Flood Victims
C-store QSR concept on the front lines in Louisiana
August 24, 2016
ALEXANDRIA, La. -- Last week, areas in and around Baton Rouge, La., were devastated by heavy rains and flooding that destroyed more than 100,000 homes. In response, Krispy Krunchy Chicken, a quick-service-restaurant (QSR) concept found in c-stores, organized an outreach project to feed hot meals to thousands of hungry flood victims.
Krispy Krunchy handed out more than 5,000 meals in multiple parishes over five days, according to a press release. The outreach continues this week, with Krispy Krunchy providing locals and first responders with its signature fried chicken and sides served from mobile cooking trailers. The company is using Facebook to announce specific locations in Acadia and Lafayette parishes where it will be feeding affected residents of the flooded areas.
Krispy Krunchy is not alone in its efforts to stem off hunger in Louisiana; in a company statement, Hormel Foods also announced that it has donated more than 34,000 pounds of food to flood victims. Hormel’s donation included shelf-stable products, such as Skippy peanut butter and microwaveable cups of Hormel chili.
Krispy Krunchy chicken serving meals for first responders, flood victims in Acadiana
August 22, 2016
LAFAYETTE, La. (KLFY) – Krispy Krunchy chicken is doing their part in flood recovery efforts in Lafayette and other parts of Acadiana this week.
The Lafayette-based food chain is serving free meals to first responders and flood victims through it’s cooking trailer.
The trailer will be at the Super Stop at the intersection of Verot School Road and Fortune Road from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.
Afterwards, the trailer will travel to Crowley, where it will serve free meals at the Red Cross shelter on North Parkinson Drive from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday.
Krispy Krunchy owner Neal Onebane tells News 10 they have previously been in Livingston Parish helping flood victims by serving tens of thousands of meals.
Attorney General Jeff Landry and Youngsville Police Chief Rickey Boudreaux stopped by Monday morning.