Chicken Cottage

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Chicken Cottage
Restaurant Franchise
Industry Food & Beverages
Founded 1994
Headquarters London, England
Products

Grills, Burgers, Wraps, BBQ,

Classics, Sides and Desserts
Slogan its all about the taste!
Website www.chickencottage.com

Chicken Cottage International is a UK-based fast food chain. The company is the master franchisor and owner of the "Chicken Cottage" brand. Its taste is modelled on a blend of the Indian Subcontinent and Southern United States flavours using halal ingredients. It currently operates through 115 outlets in the UK.

History[edit]

Chicken Cottage International was established in 1994 as a partnership and incorporated in February 2001. The first Chicken Cottage store was opened in 1994 in Wembley, North West London[1] and it was here that the Chicken Cottage concept began to take shape.

In February 2014, TI Global Food Holdings Ltd, a subsidiary of Terengganu Incorporated Sdn Bhd (Terengganu Inc), which is the main investment arm of the State of Terengganu, Malaysia, acquired a 70% stake in the company. The remaining 30% was at that point owned by Ri-Yaz Global Food Brands Inc, a subsidiary of Ri-Yaz Holdings, whose main focuses include hospitality, franchise business & development.

Health and safety[edit]

On 4 September 2008, the BBC consumer affairs TV programme Rogue Restaurants identified extremely serious environmental health problems with two London outlets of Chicken Cottage where raw chicken was not kept refrigerated for long periods and products were used after their use by dates. The programme did report that the Chicken Cottage headquarters promised to take remedial action once the BBC had informed them of the problems.[2]

Other Countries[edit]

Malaysia's first branch opened in Ladang Tok Pelam, Kuala Terengganu on December 17, 2015 and plans to have 50 more outlets nationwide including 15 in Terengganu .[3]Other existing outlets in Dubai (UAE), Doha (Qatar), Iraq, Algeria, Pakistan, France, Slovakia, South Africa, Libya, Sweden and Italy.[4]

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