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KFC has been known to be a leader in the chicken restaurant segment with an annual sale of more than a billion dollars. The KFC as a brand is well established in the dining out as well as delivery service provider in the fast food industry. Despite the entrance and presence of many competitors in the fast food industry the company was able to retain its large loyal customer base because of its unique offering. Due to this reason the KFC ranks highest when it comes tochicken restaurant chains, convenience restaurants and variety food provider. KFC currently has more than fifty percent of the market share in fast food industry and the new entrants are finding it very difficult to capture any of its share. Over the years KFC has gained enormous recognition as a reputable brand for fast food and has globally positioned itself well in the industry. Weaknesses

When other companies in the chicken industry were trying to increase its market share and were not able to compete well in the market or retain its customers. Also the special paper buckets that is now used by the KFC for delivering large sized orders was originally introduced by Wendy’s restaurant The company has entered so many markets in the past in the United States that its growth rate was about only one percent an year. The company is said to not to pay attention to its resource and development. Opportunities

KFC has been trying to enter new markets and position itself in some of the hard to enter markets like the South America. With more investments the company can definitely make its position stronger in the food industry. More spending on the resources and development as well as introducing new food items and products the company can increase its market share and profits. Threats

The competitors of KFC have successfully captured a large market share. According to findings McDonalds has about 35 percent of the share in Sandwich Segment whereas the Burger King owns about sixteen percent of the...
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