Chick-fil-A wants you to “eat mor chickn” in meal-kit form, apparently.
The fast-food chain announced yesterday it’s testing a “mealtime kit” service at 150 restaurants in the Atlanta area beginning August 27 (with plans to expand it nationally if all goes well). Interested customers would pick up pre-measured and packaged ingredients for things like chicken parm, enchiladas, pan-roasted chicken with kale and chicken flatbread (sadly, no vegetarian options, though), according to the company’s statement. Each kit will cost $16 and feed two people.
The jury’s still out on whether these meal kits will be a success for the fast-food chain in a saturated meal-kit industry of Blue Aprons, Hello Freshs and Plateds. We’re not going to count these chickens before they hatch.
Because they might be in our next meal kit, you guys… (Sorry, that got real dark)