The recipe was previously stored in a filing cabinet with multiple locks, inside a vault, behind a door with multiple locks. But the president of the company decided that wasn't good enough. The new security arrangements are top-secret.
I call this a publicity stunt, because I don't think the recipe for KFC is really a secret at all. All you need is a spicerack and cooking skills to duplicate it. Google can help, too: search on "make your own KFC" and take your pick of what comes up.
Kudos to KFC, though, for a clever bit of Fark.
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