Though Gujarat has the least number of non-vegetarians as compared to MP and Bihar, the state has the most KFC outlets.
According to the Sample Registration Baseline Survey 2014, conducted by India's government, 93.2 percent male population and 91.1 percent female population of Bihar are non-vegetarians. In MP, 51.1 percent males and 47.7 percent females consume non-vegetarian food, whereas, in Gujarat, only 39.9 percent male population and 38.2 percent female population are non-vegetarians.
The KFC has 18,875 restaurants in several cities across 118 countries. It has over 350 restaurants in India across more than 100 cities. According to the KFC's official website, the fast-food chain has 13 outlets in Gujrat, located in Ahmedabad (5), Anand (1), Vadodara (5), and Surat (2).
Compared to the number of KFC outlets in Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Bihar have fewer outlets. MP has 6 KFC restaurants, of which three are located in the Indore. Bhopal, Gwalior, and Jabalpur have one restaurant each. Bihar has 7 KFCs, with most outlets situated in Patna city. The other KFC outlets of the state are located in the towns of Bhagalpur and Muzaffarpur.
Hence, it's True that Gujrat has more KFC outlets compared to Bihar and Madhya Pradesh.