Krispy Krunchy® Chicken Opens 2nd Location in Mexico

Brand’s expansion into Mexico begins to ramp up with a new location at GoMart Oriente in Merida, Yucatan

Krispy Krunchy® Chicken, one of the fastest-growing QSR (Quick Serve Restaurant) convenience store concepts in the United States, is beginning to ramp up its expansion into the Mexican market with the planned opening of its second location at GoMart Oriente on November 29, 2018, located at Calle 25c no.600 local 1 x 27 y 10 col. Benito Juarez Oriente c.p.97178 Merida Yucatan.

Krispy Krunchy® Chicken attracted international attention when it opened its first Mexican location in a Merida GoMart. “We thought the convenience store industry would take notice when we first moved into the Mexican market,” said Neal Onebane, Krispy Krunchy® Chicken’s founder, “but we were pleasantly surprised at the amount of international press and business interest there has been in Krispy Krunchy® Chicken’s expansion plans in Mexico.”

Krispy Krunchy® Chicken’s exceptional expertise in the convenience store industry paired with their no-royalty, no-franchise-fee program creates a huge opportunity for operators in Mexico’s rapidly expanding convenience store industry. Krispy Krunchy® gives convenience store operators a professional branded image together with deliciously Cajun-flavored fried chicken and perfectly seasoned sides at low prices customers love. It truly is a game-changing opportunity. Mexican convenience store owners, like their U.S. counterparts, see the benefits of higher margins because of Krispy Krunchy® Chicken’s low operator cost model.

“Our Mexican customers tell us they love the flavor of our Cajun-recipe fried chicken and appreciate our delicious, high-quality food at a every day low prices,” said Onebane. “As our expansion continues to ramp up, we believe people across the country will agree that we’re the right fried chicken brand for the convenience store business in Mexico.”

Krispy Krunchy® Chicken currently operates more than 2,400 locations located across 46 states in the US, American Samoa, and Mexico.