(NEWSER) – They say everybody needs a little KFC, and it seems they're right. Gaza residents don't have access to a local branch—so they're willing to pay more than twice the going price to get it delivered from Egypt in a highly complex process that takes some four hours. Sure, it's a little less than fresh when it arrives, but for Khalil Efrangi's customers, it's worth it. The New York Times details a recent delivery, which started once a Facebook page run by the 31-year-old got enough order requests—typically about 30, though in this particular instance, just 15.
Posted Thursday, May 16th 2013 @ 12pm by Matt Cantor, Newser Staff