Chick-fil-A is Launching Meal-Kits to make at Home

Chick-fil-A has introduced new Mealtime Kits launching soon, which will allow customers to create the flavors of Chick-fil-A at home. The meal kits work just like the ones you’re familiar with, like Hellofresh and Blue Apron. They’ll come with pre-measured ingredients and printed recipes that you can cook for dinner in your own kitchen. Each meal kit serves two people and costs $15.89.

So, how do you get your hands on one? Instead of ordering the kits online and getting them delivered, you can buy them starting on Aug. 27 at participating Chick-fil-A locations, which are currently 150 restaurants in the Atlanta area. If you don’t live in that area, not to worry: Chick-fil-A is already searching for its next location and wants to hear from you if you’re interested. “Customer feedback on the test will help the restaurant company decide whether to roll out the concept nationwide,” a statement explained.

This is a totally new concept for Chick-fil-A, and the brand is excited about the launch and has some seriously tasty meals ready to go. So far, there are five meal-kit recipes: Chicken Parmesan, Chicken Enchiladas, Crispy Dijon Chicken, Pan Roasted Chicken, and Chicken Flatbread. No chicken nuggets and waffle fries, but that’s what a drive-through stop is for.

The five meals won’t be available at the same time, but rather on a seasonal basis, ranging from Aug. 27 through Nov. 17. Get a look at each meal and its availability ahead, and prepare to get a craving for Chick-fil-A. [source]

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