Stacy Talks & Reviews: Culver's New Chicken Tenders

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Culver's New Chicken Tenders

Scoopie Kids Meals at Culver’s just received a healthier makeover with the introduction of Culver’s new, premium chicken tenders. Antibiotic free, both parents and kids will love that they’re plumper, tastier – and healthier. In addition to the chicken tenders, Culver’s also improved their premium Grilled and Crispy Chicken Sandwiches and Buffalo Chicken Tenders to include the new antibiotic free chicken.

The juicier, flavorful taste originates from being raised on a 100 percent vegetarian diet by family-owned Springer Mountain Farms in Georgia, a subsidiary brand of Fieldale Farms.

“The partnership with Fieldale Farms is a natural fit,” said David Stidham, vice president of marketing for Culver’s. “They run their business much like ours, with a focus on quality and an end product that their consumers love. Their naturally-raised chicken means a better taste experience for our guests.”

Whether crispy or grilled, our new premium chicken sandwiches are cooked to order with a proprietary blend of spices and seasonings. All of this attention to humane farming and fresh quality translates to Culver’s most flavorful chicken ever.

Yep, you guessed it somebody likes the new Culver's chicken tenders. She's not the only one either, I thought they were great too.  As you can see they aren't super coated with batter, you actually get chicken! I liked how they were lightly breaded and you actually got more chicken than breading.  Don't get me wrong I like extra crispy chicken on occasion, but when I order chicken tenders I actually want chicken under the breading.  The chicken had a really good flavor too, not all fatty or grisly. So in my our opinion the new chicken tenders are awesome!

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