Church’s Chicken, which recently touted a taste-test victory over fried chicken rival Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, is now taking on the chicken sandwich king. The 1,700-unit Church’s has introduced a Southern Style Chicken sandwich consisting of a breaded and fried breast served on a buttered toasted bun with dill pickle chips. The sandwich looks very similar to the signature item of the 1,550-unit Chick-fil-A, which has a cult following in many markets. Both Church’s and ...
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