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McDonald's chicken sandwich 'big US hit' rivaling Popeyes, Chick-fil-A, KFC


Added 12-06-19 05:04:02pm EST - “The fast-food giant's Crispy Chicken Sandwich? is expected to be a "big U.S. hit for the chain," analysts say.” - Foxbusiness.com

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McDonald’s is shaping up to be a formidable competitor as the U.S. chicken wars intensify.

The fast-food giant’s Crispy Chicken Sandwich, which is being tested in Tennessee and Texas, is expected to up the pressure on poultry, potentially giving Chick-fil-A, Popeyes, a unit of Restaurant Brands International, and KFC, owned by Yum! Brands, some fresh competition, according to research firm Telsey Advisory Group.

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