Call the contact number for KFC on 0345 753 2532, where customer services answer enquiries to do with the fast food chain’s chicken and other food.
Colonel Harland Sanders, the ever loveable smiling bearded man on the logo of KFC, is the originator of the original KFC finger-licking good secret recipe of herbs and spices that made Kentucky Fried Chicken so delicious that it took over the world.
The first stores in the UK were opened in the 1960s and KFC has become a local favourite ever since. At KFC, they can do just about anything with chicken. They have the original fried chicken, the pulled BBQ chicken burger, popcorn chicken, BBQ wraps, chicken burritos and bucket meal feasts.
If you have any questions about the KFC company, their practices and their products, then you can check out their FAQs page here: https://www.kfc.co.uk/about-us/faqs
You can learn a lot about KFC, reading their FAQs. They are very transparent about their practices and their supply chain. This part of the FAQs is quite informative.
If, however, the question you have in mind is not answered by their FAQs, then you can contact them via three means:
- If you wish to write to them with ink and paper, then you can mail your post to:
Unit 4, Mount Hill Farm,
- If you want to call them up and speak to them directly on the phone regarding an experience you had with their company, stores, employees, service or product, then call them at the KFC contact number 0345 753 2532.
This line is open from Monday to Saturday, from 9am-8pm and on Sunday, from 11am-5pm.
Aside from feedback and comments, you can also use this line for general enquiries about their operations in the UK or anything KFC-related.
- If you’re part of the media, then you can call their press office at 0203 003 6373.
- You can also choose to contact them via the contact form online found here: https://www.kfc.co.uk/contact
Just fill in your contact details and the details of your enquiry to submit the form. You can also upload photos or documents that are relevant to your particular enquiry.