The Church’s Chicken menu is based on fried chicken. With over 1,650 restaurants in more than 28 countries, it’s considered one of the world’s three largest chicken restaurant chains. The company was named after its founder, George W. Church, Sr., who established it in 1952. For the locations outside the US, the commercial name “Texas Chicken” is used.
If you compare the chain with its competitors, you may notice that the Church’s Chicken prices are definitely higher. The reason is very simple: most of the meals are sold as family meals, not as individual ones. They typically come in the three sizes: 10 Pc., 15 Pc., and 20 Pc. The annual sales reach 1,000,000,000.
The company was purchased by AFC Enterprises in the 1990s, then by Arcapita in 2004, and lastly by the US private equity firm Friedman Fleischer & Lowe.
Refer to the table below for the new Church’s Chicken menu prices.