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** Double Down (sandwich) **

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Double Down
KFC Double Down "Sandwich".jpg
Nutritional value per 241g
Energy 2,261 kJ (540 kcal)

Saturated 10g

· Units
· μg = micrograms â€¢ mg = milligrams
· IU = International units

Percentages are roughly approximated using US recommendations for adults.

The *Double Down* is a sandwich offered by Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC).
The Double Down contains "bacon, two different kinds of melted cheese, the
Colonel's secret sauce... pinched in between two pieces of Original Recipe
chicken fillets."^[1] It is also available with grilled chicken fillets
instead of the Original Recipe fried fillets, and with KFC's Zinger fillets
(spicy) to customers in select countries. KFC describes the Double Down as
a "sandwich" although it does not have bread.^[/citation needed/]


· 1 History
· 2 Nutritional analysis
· 3 Sales
· 4 References


The KFC Double Down was initially test marketed in Omaha, Nebraska, and
Providence, Rhode Island.^[2] KFC announced it in an April Fools' Day press
release,^[3] and launched the item in the United States on April 12,
2010.^[4] It has been promoted via billboards^[5] and a TV commercial that
says it has "so much 100 percent premium chicken, we didn't have room for a

Originally a limited time offer that was supposed to end on May 23, 2010,
KFC reversed course on May 19, 2010, stating that the item would remain
available indefinitely. The chain cited its popularity in overall sales, as
well as videos of people eating the Double Down becoming a YouTube
sensation. Stephen Colbert ate one on /The Colbert Report/, spurring the
item's popularity even more.^[6]

On October 18, 2010, KFC


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