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Background KFC Corporation

Kentucky Fried Chicken was founded by Harland Sanders in Corbin, Kentucky. Harland Sanders was born on a small farm in Henryville, Indiana, America, in 1890. Sanders loved to cook and to invent a new recipe. One day he tested to mix eleven herbs and spices with wheat flour until he got success and he had a secret recipe for cooking chicken. Sanders opened the first facility with a 142-seat restaurant, a motel, a gas station. During the 1930s an image that would became known throughout the world began to develop. First Sanders was named an honorary Kentucky Colonel by the state’s governor; second, he developed a unique, quick method of spicing and pressure –frying chicken. In 1950s a new road was built, most of people used another new road, so; Sander’s customers decreased. Eventually, Sanders decided to close his restaurant then he invested the first franchise in 1952 also 105 USD with the secret recipe and the method throughout America. Colonel Sanders sold 5 cent per piece chicken for copyright. Through the promise between Sanders and partner was signed by handshake. In 1963 Sanders’s recipe was franchised to more than 600 outlets in the United States and Canada. In 1964 Sanders sold Kentucky Fried Chicken to an investor group headed by John Y. Brown, Jr. and Nashville financier John (Jack) Massey that Colonel Sanders still was Kentucky Fried Chicken Goodwill Ambassador for helping and giving suggestion. After on 16 January, 1969 Kentucky Fried Chicken Corporation was renowned in the New York Stock Exchange that there were 3,000 chains worldwide. In 1971 Kentucky Fried Chicken merged with Connecticut-based Heublein Inc., a specialty food and alcoholic beverage Corporation. In 1982 R.J Reynolds Industries, Inc. (or RJR Nabisco, Inc. in the present) merged with Heublein Inc. So, Kentucky Fried Chicken was shared of R.J Reynolds Industries, Inc. In 1986 Kentucky Fried Chicken was a big change that Soft-Drink giant PepsiCo, Inc.,...
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