You’ll Soon Likely Be Able To Get Your Chick-Fil-A Sauces By The Bottle

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You’ll Soon Likely Be Able To Get Your Chick-Fil-A Sauces By The Bottle

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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.

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.

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