Chick-fil-A is Removing a Beloved Side from the Menu by August 13
On March 24, Chick-fil-A stated it will keep the side salad: Chick-fil-A prioritizes guests.
Our Side Salad will remain on the menu after feedback. The firm stated it will keep supplying the food at participating restaurants.
In recent weeks, fast-food fans have had to accept the loss of Taco Bell's Quesarito, Dunkin' Dunkaccino, and Starbucks' raspberry syrup.
This week, a Chick-fil-A in Tifton, Georgia, stated on Facebook that customers wouldn't be able to get the side salad after April 1.
"We are spring cleaning here at Chick-fil-A and taking this opportunity to refresh our menu," the message read. The side salad's last day is April 1! Grab them now!"
The post was not a preemptive April Fool's Day joke, as several Facebook users speculated. The side salad will be withdrawn April 3, according to the business.
"Serving guests is at the heart of all we do at Chick-fil-A," the company claimed. "In order for our Restaurant Team Members to continue to
serve exceptional food and trademark hospitality, we have to make difficult decisions to simplify our menu. Chick-fil-A Side Salad will be discontinued at U.S.
Chick-fil-A, famed for its fried chicken sandwiches and nuggets, still offers grilled options and a few full-meal salads
I'm heartbroken over Chick-fil-A's side salad. "I literally get it every time," one admirer tweeted earlier this week.
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