Chick-fil-A, when it comes to fast-food chains, always ranks very high on the list of favorites— the company has found a way to help out since the coronavirus has limited the way that customers get their fix.
Chick-fil-A has announced its plans to offer at-home meal kits so that customers can prepare some of their most popular menu items from the comforts of their home.
Chick-fil-A wants its customers to know that just because the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically shifted the way that their food is consumed—they still have you covered. The company is officially rolling out a at-home meal kit as more people are eating at home because of the coronavirus outbreak. Chick-fil-A will start selling its new meal kits nationally beginning May 4th at $14.99 each, however each individual restaurant will decide if they want to offer them. Chick-fil-A hopes that at least half of its locations decide to opt in.
The Chick-fil-A meal kits can only be ordered individually for delivery or pickup. The company hopes that customers will only have to make one trip by picking up a dinner kit when they drive up for breakfast or lunch. The dinner kit has only one option, a chicken Parmesan meal that includes two breaded filets, marinara sauce, cheese and a side of creamy garlic and lemon pasta.
Customers can customize the kit by swapping out the pre-cooked breaded filets for grilled or spicy chicken.Michael Patrick, from Chick-fil-A’s Beyond Restaurant team explained the new meal kits:
“Customers are asking us to serve them at home. So we brought it back.”Earlier this month, the company officially started selling 16-ounce bottles of its popular Polynesian sauce and other signature sauces at Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie stores in Florida.