KFC debuts a delicious cheese and truffle concoction for a limited time only – the new KFC Parmesan Truffle Crunch.
This latest indulgence by KFC showcases a combination of the rare premium flavours of truffle and parmesan cheese perfectly blended with KFC’s signature Hot & Spicy chicken.
Known to be a rare culinary delight, truffles in various forms have gotten many foodies hooked.
If you have never had truffles before, this is the perfect opportunity to enjoy this rare treat that KFC has made easily accessible in a 2 or 3-piece chicken value combo.
For the die-hard KFC Original Recipe and Hot & Spicy fans, KFC also has a treat for you. The KFC Bargain Feast is available for a limited time, offering good value buckets of 5, 9, or 15 pieces of chicken with the signature whipped potato side, at a good bargain deal starting from only RM23.90. It is a bargain not to be missed!
“To kick-start the new year, we specially put together two exciting offers to meet the different needs of our customers – KFC Parmesan Truffle Crunch and KFC Bargain Feast.
“The new Parmesan Truffle Crunch is specially created for those who relish new food innovations. It invites customers to delve into the ‘premium’ territory of parmesan and truffle at an easy accessible price.
“It’s a premium indulgence at a good value. That’s why the tagline ‘Fancy Made Easy’. A wonderfully distinctive flavour not to be missed,” said KFC Malaysia chief operating officer, Ling Mee Jiuan
The Bargain Feast is specially put together for fans of KFC classics at a bargain price, after their heavy holiday spending.
“We hope everyone will enjoy our limited time value specials crafted for all to enjoy their favourite KFC.” she continued.
Digi Telecommunications Sdn Bhd (Digi) announced its partnership with ManagePay Systems Berhad (MPay) and with Mastercard as a supporting payments technology partner, to offer a new payment proposition to meet the fast-evolving needs of Malaysia’s growing online community.
The partnership entails the development of a digital prepaid card, which will be made available to the public in the first half of this year, to enable access for more young Malaysians to make digital payments online and in-app across merchant locations that accept Mastercard worldwide.
The Human Resources Development Fund (HRDF) announced that Datuk Noor Farida Binti Mohd Ariffin has been named Chair of the Fund’s board of directors, effective January 1.
Datuk Farida has had a long and distinguished career in public service as a judge, legal adviser and diplomat, most notably as the Ambassador of Malaysia to Netherlands.