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Fried chicken chain named after daughter of Colonel Sanders sold after 50 years

Christian Fernsby |
Bristol’s popular fried chicken chain Miss Millie’s has been sold off after 50 years.

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The chain was sold for an undisclosed sum to a new company in the restaurant sector, according to Business Live.

Miss Millie's appointed advisors Smith Cooper Corporate Finance (SCCF), which found a buyer for the business. But the name of the company taking over Miss Millie’s has not yet been revealed.

They are planning to increase store numbers in the South West and beyond.

Miss Millie’s was set up by the late Harry Latham, who opened the first KFC franchise in the UK in 1965 with his partner Ray Allen.


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