Pizzeria Takes on Fast Food Giant

According to a news report from news.bbc.co.uk, “American chicken chain KFC has warned a small Carnoustie pizzeria owner to change the name of one of her dishes as they have trademarked the phrase.”

“A letter was sent to Titanic Pizza Co asking them to take the Family Feast off the website and destroy all menus,” said the story. “Owner Marie Fagan said they had been using the term to describe their meal of pizzas, garlic bread, chips, onion rings and a juice since 1992.KFC has more than 11,000 restaurants in about 80 countries. Its Family Feast features 12 pieces of chicken, four portions of chips, coleslaw, beans and a drink. Documents sent to Titanic said that the phrase has been trademarked by KFC in 1994 and 2003. Ms Fagan claims Titanic has been using the term since 1992, when they operated in Dundee.”