Saturday, October 30 2021

Available for a limited time only

Chester's announces a new Birmingham, AL (Restaurant press release) Hot chicken is a major trend in 2017, and Chester leads the charge. As a limited time offer for its ever popular menu line, Chester’s has taken its classic family chicken recipe to the next level by partnering with The French’s Food Company. Any chicken or tender meal can now be tossed into Frank’s RedHot® Stingin ‘Honey Garlic ™ Sauce.

The new sauce option takes the fan-favorite honey garlic taste and takes it up a notch with spicy cayenne pepper. Now Chester fans have a tasty and spicy new option to make the summer even hotter.

Since the new menu item launched earlier this month, participating Chester’s establishments nationwide have seen a huge response to ‘Get it Honey Stung’ chicken.

“Our retailers have told us that customers are enjoying our famous chicken with new flavor options,” said Rankin Belkofer, Director of Sales. “We thought this emboldened Honey Garlic Sauce would be a great addition to Chester Chicken, and it’s so delicious!”

Chester’s ‘Get it Honey Stung’ Gravy Topping is available for a limited time only this summer at Love’s Travel Centers and other participating locations.

About Chester

Chester’s has been a leader in Fast Food Concepts (QSR) for over 50 years. Chester’s offers great quality and tasty products, flexible locations, training and support. Chester’s only uses fresh, specially marinated double-breaded chicken according to an exclusive family recipe. Chester’s menu includes bone-in dishes, tenderloins and potato wedges as well as breakfast sides and home-cooked meals. For more information visit Chester at: www.chestersinternational.com.

Contact:
Laura C. West
Consultant
205-542-1535
[email protected]


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