According to Maggie clashes in India, KFC India challenges Indian food and Safety Department, owned by YUM Brands Inc.
KFC India challenged the results of a test showing the presence of bacteria linked to food poisoning in a sample of its fried chicken, dismissing them as “false allegations”.
On Friday, a children’s rights group in Telangana state said it had submitted samples of KFC Chicken legs to the sate food laboratories.
The laboratory reports are, which was seen Reuters, detailed traces of bacteria, which indicates the presence of sewage or animal waste.
KFC responds to the statement, there is no possibility to find any microbial development in our food, which is freshly cocked at 170 Degrees Centigrade.