We pledge that our chicken is as wholesome as it is delicious.
real canadian farm raised chicken

Our chickens are raised on trusted chicken farms across Canada and delivered fresh to KFC restaurants throughout the week.

hormone and steroid free

Our chickens are raised without any added hormones or steroids. In fact, no chicken in Canada is treated with added hormones or steroids, as per Canadian standards.

prepared fresh everyday

Real KFC cooks prepare our Original Recipe Chicken from scratch in small batches throughout the day. This ensures our chicken is always fresh—just the way the Colonel wanted it.

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Shelley & Tony Piller
Tony and Shelley have been raising chickens in Ontario since 1983. Their son Trevor studies agriculture with plans to one-day take over the family business.
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Ben & Amanda Vantol
A second-generation farmer, Ben has been raising chickens for over 40 years with his wife Amanda and their three children. They also count soybeans, wheat, and corn amongst their crops.
Corrie Vantol
Raising chickens has been in Corrie's family since 1973, and he continues this tradition alongside his wife and two children.
Andréane Benoit
A proud spokesperson for the love of farming, Andréane and her family have been raising chickens for ten years on a self-sufficient farm—growing the food they use to feed their cows and chickens.
Marco Guillet
Producing the highest quality of chicken has been important to Marco ever since he inherited his father’s farm over a decade ago.
Guillaume Cote
Guillaume has been raising chickens and turkeys for over ten years. Quality control is of utmost importance to ensure the best possible conditions for his chickens.
Ken Regier
For Ken, much has changed after 30 years of raising chickens, but having the whole family work the barn together followed by a celebratory KFC supper has remained a constant.
Barry Uyterlinde
On the farm once owned by his father, Barry enjoys raising his chickens for KFC and for his family BBQs.
Matt Harvie
Nova Scotia
After taking over his father’s farm, Matt chose to specialize in chickens, which he raises with his wife and partner Carolyn. It’s with great pride that he gets to produce Canadian chickens for his fellow Canadians.