In Australia, you can eat and drink whatever you want at KFC but you can’t drive, rent a car or take a ferry to a restaurant.
But KFC is in a tricky spot in its international expansion.
It’s expanding to all continents in the hope of becoming a regional hub, but its food service is still largely confined to its home market.
KFC’s latest expansion is its new travel vans, which offer a convenient alternative to the food trucks and fast food restaurants in Australia.
They’re not yet available to overseas customers, but a spokesperson for the chain said the vans would be rolled out to select customers in Australia by early 2018.
“Our new vans will be rolled to select Australian markets in 2018 and will be available to select countries including the UK, Canada, Mexico, the US and New Zealand,” the spokesperson said.
“KFC is proud to have been the first Australian company to offer the travel vans.
They are a great way to enjoy KFC food and drink for the entire family, regardless of travel plans.”
We know many people would enjoy visiting Australia and it is very important that they can get the experience and comfort that is offered in a safe and convenient way.
We will soon announce our new markets in Europe and beyond, and we will have more information to share in due course,” the company said.