Chick-Fil-A Just Made a Major Announcement That Has Fans Across the Country Drooling

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August 30, 2018Aug 30, 2018

Do you love Chick-fil-A? If so, there will be even more to love soon.

America's favorite fast food chain just announced five more items that will be coming to the menu just in time for back to school. Three of these items will be on their normal menu while the over two will be available only for online ordering or catering orders.

The items were available nationwide as of August 29.

"We know the beginning of the school year can be hectic for families and we hope these new options help make life a little easier for our guests," Amanda Norris, Chick-fil-A's executive director of menu and packaging, said in a press release. "Many of our guests aren't aware we have a catering menu, so we're excited to introduce some new options that are perfect for an after-school snack or to entertain family, friends, and co-workers."

See the items below:

The 30-count nuggets are available at all stores nationwide and through the Chick-fil-A app.

Waffle potato chips, which were previously only on the catering menu, can now be purchased as a side. The chips are the gluten-free alternative to their popular waffle fries.

The fruit-cup mix has been altered based on customer feedback. It now has fewer apples and more premium fruit options, according to Chick-fil-A, with fresh strawberries, blueberries, red and green apple pieces, and mandarin oranges.

On the catering menu, a 10-serving grilled-chicken bundle has been added. It comes with 10 chicken breasts, multigrain buns, honey-roasted barbecue sauce, green-leaf lettuce, tomatoes, Colby-jack cheese, and applewood-smoked bacon.

The Spicy Chilled Grilled Chicken Sub is a new item online or through the catering menu. It is made with a boneless spicy chicken breast marinated with Chick-fil-A's blend of seasonings. It's served chilled on a multigrain baguette with pepper jack cheese, baby greens, and sliced tomatoes.

Are you going to go to Chick-fil-A to try one of these options? Which one sounds the best to you? Let us know in the comments.

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