REPORT: Chik-fil-A exploring new protein options
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Chick-fil-A may eventually have to expand their slogan to “eat mor chikin or plant-based chikin alternatives.”
The fast-food chain is reportedly looking into the possibility of adding more vegan options and possible meat substitutes to their menu. While their menu currently has a few items that are meat free, these mostly consist of salads and side dishes.
The article goes on to state the following:
Amanda Norris, the executive director of Chik-fil-A’s menu, told Business Insider that “a vegetarian option or a vegan option is something we’re looking at, we’re thinking about and have some research and development.”
According to the report, Chick-fil-A has been researching vegan menu items for a few years at this point.
— WSB-TV (@wsbtv) May 13, 2019
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