Chick-fil-A Launching Meal Kits in Atlanta

Chick-fil-A already has the unofficial title of being one of the favorite fast food establishments in the South, and now they are getting into the meal kit business. The restaurant announced that starting August 27, Atlanta area Chick-fil-A restaurants will begin selling take home meal kits, according to USA Today.

Mealtime Kits, made up of fresh, pre-portioned ingredients and Chick-fil-A chicken, and designed for customers to cook at home. During the test period, which runs through Nov. 17, Chick-fil-A will rotate five chicken meal-kit recipes: Chicken Parmesan, Chicken Enchiladas, Dijon Chicken, Pan Roasted Chicken and Chicken Flatbread. Each kit serves two people and costs $15.89. Meals are designed to be ready in 30 minutes.

The AJC reported that the Mealtime Kits are crafted by Atlanta Chef Stuart Tracy, who left an Executive Chef position in Inman Park for the Chick-fil-A corporate campus in Atlanta. Tracy  will work alongside a small culinary team of food scientists, nutritionists and other chefs who are the brains, cooks and first tasters behind Chick-fil-A menu innovations.

We have heard that most all of the Atlanta area Chick-fil-A’s will be participating in the meal kits, and have heard with certainty that the Woodstock Chick-fil-A Dwarf House will be selling the kits. Stay tuned for updates as we get them. Additionally, Chick-fil-A is anticipating a surge in interest in the meal kits from other US cities, and has already created a form on their website for additional city recommendations. Customer response will help them determine if they will launch the kits in the 2300 nationwide locations.

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