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Chick-fil-A Plans on Selling At-Home Meal Kits at 150 Restaurants

July 23, 2018, 3:43 PM UTC

Have you ever wanted to eat Chick-fil-A in the comfort of your own home?

The Georgia-based fast food restaurant chain revealed on Monday that it will soon be testing the sale of “Mealtime Kits” at some of its Atlanta restaurant locations, allowing customers to cook pre-portioned ingredients and Chick-fil-A chicken at home.

Starting Aug. 27, the kits and included recipe cards will be available for purchase at 150 of the brand’s Atlanta-area locations and are designed to be easy to follow, able to be made in around 30 minutes, and include the same Chick-fil-A chicken used in-house.

“We designed our offering so our guests don’t have to order ahead, subscribe to a service, or make an extra stop at the grocery store. They simply pick up a Mealtime Kit at one of our restaurants at their convenience – for example, when they’re already at a Chick-fil-A restaurant grabbing breakfast or lunch, or in the drive-thru on their way home,” said Michael Patrick, an innovation program lead at Chick-fil-A who is heading the Mealtime Kits effort, in a statement.

Two meal kit recipes will be offered at a given time and five different meal kit recipes will be rotated throughout the entire test period: chicken parmesan, chicken enchiladas, dijon chicken, pan roasted chicken, and chicken flatbread. Each kit serves two people, costs $15.89, and can be refrigerated at home for several days after purchase, according to Chick-fil-A.

Although the kits will only be available in the Atlanta area until Nov. 17, customers nationwide can express interest in making Mealtime Kits available at their local Chick-fil-A restaurant by submitting a request.