It’s our pleasure.
Soon, you’ll no longer have to bear the awkward — yet justified — request for extra packets of sauce at the Chick-Fil-A counter. Seriously. Two packets of Polynesian is not going to cut it, Karen. Thankfully, you’ll soon be able to buy 16-oz bottles worth of the good stuff from supermarkets. [Featured image courtesy of chick-fil-a.com]
Chick-Fil-A is hitting the retail market for the first time ever. Beginning in April, the fast food franchise will launch their pilot program in Florida. On the 16th, Floridians can find Chick-Fil-A’s signature and Polynesian sauces on the shelves of Publix, Target, Walmart, and Winn-Dixie. Each bottle will cost $3.49 a pop.
Earlier this year, their signature Chick-Fil-A sauce was ranked as the second best fast food chain sauce in the country, losing out only to Culver’s Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Sauce.
While the roll-out is to occur solely in Florida, the chain is expected to distribute their sauces by the bottle nationwide later this year.
Me walking past the @ChickfilA sauce at the grocery store for the first time: pic.twitter.com/2tPvEjHvr9
— D. Will 🙏🏾 (@dh_mvjor) March 12, 2020
Lucky citizens of the Sunshine State will also be able to buy 8-oz bottles of their beloved sauces — including Barbeque, Honey Mustard, and Garden Herb Ranch — at specified chain locations around the state.
Let’s just hope they go national sooner rather than later.
We need the sauces everywhere!❤ pic.twitter.com/TNCvwEgPFg
— Molly Quella (@mollyquella) March 12, 2020