Islamization on the march. I have never seen such bowing and accommodation for any other religion. Terrorism works.
Red Rooster is taking the chicken thing literally. What chickens.
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EXCLUSIVE: Red Rooster goes halal: Fast food chain is trialling pork-free GRAVY for stores with growing Muslim populations
- Chicken chain Red Rooster is trialling halal gravy at a south-west Sydney store
- Company has been experimenting with pork fat-free sauce at its Bass Hill outlet
- The trial has occurred in a suburb when 28 per cent of residents are Muslim
- Red Rooster spokeswoman Lisa Owen said they had received ‘many requests’
By Stephen Johnson For Daily Mail Australia, 18 October 2018:
One of Australia’s biggest roast chicken restaurant chains is trialling a halal gravy as it chases the Muslim dollar in areas where the Islamic population is surging.
Red Rooster’s traditional gravy sold at its 360 stores contains pork fat and has been a popular sauce to put on the chicken and chips since the company began in 1972.
The chicken chain’s Bass Hill store in south-west Sydney has been trailling halal gravy for two weeks – in a suburb where 28 per cent of residents are Muslim.
One of Australia’s biggest roast chicken restaurant chains is trialling a halal gravy that won’t offend Muslim customers (pictured is the Bass Hill store in south-west Sydney)
Red Rooster’s traditional gravy sold at its 360 stores contains pork fat and has been popular sauce with a quarter chicken and chips since the company began in 1972
Company spokeswoman Lisa Owen told Daily Mail Australia Red Rooster was reviewing its existing gravy containing pork.
‘We have had requests from many people,’ she said.
The trial at the company-owned Bass Hill outlet, which isn’t a franchise, would see whether a new gravy could be produced that was suitable for both Muslims and vegetarians.
‘This is a trial that will roll out across our stores,’ Ms Owen said.
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