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Chick-Fil-A's Meal Kits Look Amazing, But Are A Complete Tease

There's a catch.

If you've ever tried a meal kit, then you've probably also canceled one.*


(*LOL, just me?) But seriously. They're expensive, and who can commit to cooking a fancy meal for two for more than a month or two?

Well, you might want to give them another try if you're a Chick-fil-A fan — because the company has announced that they're launching their very own meal kit service.

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The kits — which will be available in-store for purchase — will all feature chicken recipes that can be made in 30 minutes or less.

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Among the offerings will be chicken parmesan, chicken enchiladas, Dijon chicken, pan-roasted chicken, and chicken flatbread.

And FYI, the box the kits are packaged in will feature 100% recyclable material, while the tray will be 100% compostable. Since they won't come with freezer or ice packs to keep them cool, you'll be responsible for tossing them in the fridge as soon as you're home.

The kits will retail for $15.89 and each one will serve two people.

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“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," said Michael Patrick, one of Chick-fil-A's innovation program leads, in a release.

The real catch, though? The meal kits are being tested exclusively in 150 locations in the Atlanta area.

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They'll debut on August 27th and run through mid-November — at which point the company will determine if they should expand, Patrick told BuzzFeed.

If you're interested in bringing the meal kits to a Chick-fil-A location in your area, fill out their interest form with a persuasive message.

  1. Would you try a Chick-fil-A meal kit?

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