CFC, (Not From) California Fried Chicken

Posted on May 17th, 2010 at 12:36 pm by Akhyari


You will be surprised to know that one of Indonesia’s leading fast food store, California Fried Chicken (CFC) is not from California, it’s not even established in the US.  CFC was established in Jakarta in 1983, and now has 183 outlets nationwide.

The food are cooked and packaged in corresponds to the taste of Indonesian and coupled with international standard outlets and service.

When the slogan was changed to ‘Bukan Cuma Ayam’ (Not Only Chicken) in 2006, CFC started to launch varieties of new menu which range from Fried Rice, Fried Noodle, Spaghetti, Chicken Pepper, Beef Pepper and many more. This accommodates customers’ need and gives flexibility for them in terms of items selection and taste of Indonesia. Aside, itsn original menu such as Fried Chicken, Chicken Strips, Onion Rings and others still retain its genuine status and love from our loyal and new customers.

Business expansion covers many strategic locations such as shopping malls, recreation points, office buildings and others. Currently, there are 183 CFC stores scattered around the nation, in which 70 are franchisee owned.

CFC also runs about 50 outlets of Cal Donuts and Sapo Oriental (Japanese food store) in Indonesia.

Source: CiputraEntrepreneurship

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