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Panda Express Heats Up the Holidays With Firecracker Chicken Breast(TM)
Guest Favorite Entree Returns on November 28

ROSEMEAD, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/26/12 -- Panda Express, the world leader in Asian dining experiences, is celebrating the holidays with the return of a guest favorite, Firecracker Chicken Breast™, on November 28th. Firecracker Chicken Breast™ is a Wok Smart™, 240-calorie dish that combines marinated all-white meat chicken breast, sweet yellow and red bell peppers and crisp onions, wok tossed with whole and crushed chili peppers in a signature black bean sauce.

A delicious change of pace during the holidays, this entrée will be available through Jan. 29, 2013 in all Panda Express restaurants nationwide and also on the company's catering menu.

"Firecracker Chicken Breast™ is a favorite of many guests who love its bold flavors and await its return each year," said Andy Kao, Executive Chef at Panda Express. "We invite our guests to take a break from the holiday rush and experience a light, flavorful and satisfying meal."

About Panda Restaurant Group
Founded in 1973, with 1,500 locations in 42 states, the privately-held Panda Restaurant Group is the world leader in Asian dining experiences. The successful chain of concepts includes Panda Express, Panda Inn and Hibachi-San. Panda Express is best known for its wide variety of original recipes including their famous Orange Chicken®, SweetFire Chicken Breast®, Honey Walnut Shrimp™ and Shanghai Angus Steak™. For more information visit, www.pandaexpress.com, or become a fan on Facebook.

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