Chick-fil-A Taking Something Big off Its Menu
The menu at Chick-fil-A is simplicity at its best and now has one less thing to worry about.
My first spicy chicken sandwich at Chick-fil-A was only two weeks ago and I honestly thought I was going to be less than excited by it. I was wrong. I never imagined a "fast-food" restaurant offering such a good-tasting chicken sandwich. Seriously.
It's perfectly sized and fits the bun without overflowing out of it when you take that first bite. I ordered the spicy chicken deluxe without the cheese and added just a little of their special sauce to it, and it was amazing.
But what makes a visit to Chick-fil-A even better is that starting in October, all of its locations will serve antibiotic-free chicken. Another reason to get your Chick-fil-A on, right?
The official statement on the company's website says:
"Chick-fil-A announced today it has reached its goal to serve No Antibiotics Ever (also known as “NAE”) chicken in its 2,400+ Chick-fil-A restaurants in the United States. In 2014, Chick-fil-A announced it was pursuing a bold commitment to serve only chicken raised with No Antibiotics Ever nationwide by the end of 2019. Along with supply partners, Chick-fil-A met the milestone early, serving only No Antibiotics Ever chicken at every Chick-fil-A restaurant in the United States since May 2019. Beginning in October, packaging in restaurants will reflect this achievement."
The closest Chick-fil-A locations to the SouthCoast are Seekonk, Plymouth, Hyannis and Brockton. Who knows, maybe sometime soon we'll be lucky enough to have our own local SouthCoast Chick-fil-A.