Chick-Fil-A’s New Menu Items are Creating Quite a Buzz

October 23, 2017Oct 23, 2017

American fast food chain, Chick-fil-A, continues to amaze customers with their delicious food options. Last week, Chick-fil-A announced that they will be testing two new food items that have been in popular demand.

According to Today, spicy chick-n-strips and a grilled spicy deluxe chicken sandwich will be available at certain locations. The chain currently only offers an original spicy chicken sandwich and spicy deluxe chicken sandwich.

The recipe follows Chick-fil-A’s classic and loved chicken recipe, but incorporates a savory blend of spicy peppers for the perfect “kick.”

One Chick-fil-A representative stated, “We’ve heard from our customers how much they love our current spicy menu offerings, so we’re really excited to give them even more spicy flavor options to enjoy...We hope our guests in the test cities will try the new Spicy Chick-n-Strips and Grilled Spicy Deluxe Chicken Sandwich and let us know what they think."

Customers were excited about the news. Many have shared their thoughts about the new items on social media, creating quite the buzz.

The spicy strips will be tested in Texas and Philadelphia; the spicy grilled sandwich will only be tested in Missouri, Florida, and Tennessee. If the new spicy items won’t be available in your area—don’t worry! If all goes well, Chick-fil-A will sell the products at all of their restaurants across the nation.

This announcement comes a few months after Chick-fil-A rolled out family-style meals at selected locations. The meals purposed to serve families of four include a larger entree, two sides, and eight rolls starting at only $29.99. The fast-food restaurant has not confirmed if family meals will be sold at all locations.

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