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Boneless Wings are Taking Off at Krispy Krunchy Chicken®

Boneless Wings are Taking Off at Krispy Krunchy Chicken®

Boneless Wings are Taking Off at Krispy Krunchy Chicken®

Krispy Krunchy Chicken® is pleased to introduce Boneless Wings to their stores, and both customers and operators alike are raving about the exciting new addition.

C-Store customers, especially millennials who like to eat on the run, love the portability of Krispy Krunchy® Boneless Wings. Having a Boneless Wing product that delivers all the satisfying goodness and legendary flavor of Krispy Krunchy® makes it a no-brainer.

Because Krispy Krunchy’s® Boneless Wings are delivered to C-Stores pre-marinated and breaded, they’re ready to fry and serve right away. “When I started Krispy Krunchy®, I was a C-Store owner/operator myself. I know that having a popular product like our Boneless Wings that can be served with minimal labor makes it a big winner for the operators watching their bottom line,” said Neal Onebane, Founder and President of Krispy Krunchy® Chicken.

“Our Boneless Wing product is a real show stopper,” Onebane said. “We’ve worked hand-in-hand with our suppliers in developing a new process for our Boneless Wings that transforms them into fried chicken perfection. These hearty chunks of white meat are first marinated in our perfectly Cajun seasoning, then they’re battered in our secret Cajun breading. Wow.” Onebane raved.

When explaining why he was so excited about Krispy Krunchy® Boneless Wings, Onebane said, “when you first bite into one of our Boneless Wings, be ready for an amazing experience. Our breading locks in the moisture so the meat inside is plump, succulent and bursting with flavor while the skin and breading outside have that deeply satisfying crunch and awesome Cajun flavor.”

“We expect Boneless Wings to become one of our best sellers. It’s just that good,” Onebane said, “but don’t take my word for it, you’ve got to try them for yourself!”

Krispy Krunchy Chicken® currently has more than 2,400 locations across 46 states in the US, American Samoa and Mexico.

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