Chicken Tenders

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Burger King Products - History - Sandwiches and Entrées
... This line—with many non-hamburger sandwiches, including chicken and fish—significantly expanded the breadth of the BK menu ... of the line has since been discontinued, the company's Original Chicken Sandwich is still offered in all of its global markets, and the ham and cheese sandwich is a regional ... BK Chicken Tenders made their debut in a menu revision and expansion in 1985 to address the absence of a chicken-based finger product akin to McDonald's Chicken McNuggets ...
BK Chicken Tenders - History
... BK Chicken Nuggets officially made their debut as BK Chicken Tenders in a menu revision/expansion in 1985 to address the absence of a chicken based finger product akin to McDonald's Chicken McNuggets ... be withdrawn over limited availability of chicken meat from producers, the product was re-introduced about six months later ... Originally made with sliced fillets of chicken, the product was reformulated into a formed, chopped-chicken product several years later ...
Burger King Products - Nutrition
... this line of salads by packaging the warm meat toppings—a choice of grilled shrimp or broiled chicken—separately from the cold salad this added the appearance of an additional ... The program began with the introduction of products such as broiled Chicken Tenders, Kraft Macaroni and Cheese, and apple "fries", which are French cut ... in May 2009, including the reduction of sodium levels in its Chicken Tenders product by approximately 33 percent a switch to non-fat milk products in the U.S ...
BK Chicken Tenders - Product Description - Variants
... A related product, Fish Tenders, was introduced to complement Chicken Tenders during a 1989 menu expansion ... fish sticks sold in the same style container as the Chicken Tenders with a Tartar sauce package for dipping ... Portion sizes corresponded to the Chicken Tenders ...

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