The Brand

ABOUT FRIED CHICKEN MASTER

 
The Touching Flavor of Taiwanese Fried Chicken

Fried Chicken Master is a young brand created by the President of Super Qin Group Mr. Cho Yuan Yu. With over 40 years of poultry farming experience, only the most tender, succulent portion of the chicken is used in conjunction with the proprietary marinade to prepare the touching flavor of Taiwanese fried chicken. The lively, adorable lion chef “Master” is used as the brand mascot. The sizzling sound and alluring amber luster of the fried chicken stop passersby in their tracks. Originated from Taiwan, the Fried Chicken Master tantalizes the taste buds of gourmands with the wonderful Taiwanese fried chicken flavor.

When Fried Chicken Master first burst onto the scene in Taiwan in 2014, it immediately became the talk of town with people waiting in long queues to purchase our products. The tremendous success took the Taiwanese fast food industry by storm. Young students and office ladies alike enjoy Fried Chicken Master. For instance, our star product “JIMBO” fried chicken offers crispy exterior with tender, succulent interior. Take one bite, and the “fragrant flavor of happiness and juiciness will explode in your mouth”. Fried Chicken Master is a hip snack guaranteed to spice up your party, and it is the perfect companion for young people to hang out and forge a timeless friendship!


Fried Chicken Master is currently the only Halal Certified Taiwanese fried chicken brand. The Halal certificate is a document that guarantees that products and services aimed at the Muslim population meet the requirements of Islamic law and therefore are suitable for consumption in both Muslim-majority countries and in those countries where there is a significant population group who practice Islam. Halal certification is a process that ensures the features and quality of the products according to the rules established by the Islamic Council that allow the use of the mark Halal. It is mainly applied to meat products and other food products such as milk, canned food, and additives. Expressly, for meat products Halal certifies that the animals were slaughtered in a single cut, thoroughly bled, and their meat has not been in contact with animals slaughtered otherwise and, especially, with pork.