KFC Offers Braille Menus in India in Commemoration of World Braille Day

In commemoration of World Braille Day, KFC India launched braille-enabled menus at its restaurants starting in Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru, and have been designed in collaboration with the National Association for the Blind (India).

The menus will be available across 500+ restaurants in the country over the coming weeks. These menus are designed to aid visually challenged customers with an easier ordering experience.

Last year the brand announced its KFC Kshamata initiative – a focused effort towards driving 2X Empowerment by 2024. The program aims to increase the women workforce at KFC restaurants by 2X and double the footprint of Special KFCs, operated by hearing & speech impaired team members, by 2024.

 
 

“We are introducing Braille menus across our restaurants, so we can provide an equal, easy, and frictionless experience to all our customers, and make our products more accessible,” said Samir Menon, Managing Director, KFC India.

“We are focused on our efforts to bridge the gender and ability gap with our KFC Kshamata program and firmly believe that this initiative will be a huge step towards building a more inclusive community.”

 
 

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