A Chick-fil-A meal kit: Getting tired of cooking? I’ve got good news for you. Chick-fil-A is rolling out a meal kit as more people eat at home because of the coronavirus pandemic.
The chicken chain will start selling its new product nationally as soon as May 4. The kits cost $14.99 each and serve two.
Most meal kit companies operate as subscription services. The Chick-fil-A meal kits can only be ordered individually for delivery or pickup — Chick-fil-A hopes that people will pick up a dinner kit when they drive by for breakfast or lunch.
And there’s only one option: A chicken Parmesan kit that includes two breaded filets, as well as marinara sauce, cheese, and a side of creamy garlic and lemon pasta. Sounds pretty good, right?
Plus, Chick-fil-A has done most of the work for its customers. Did you expect anything less? The chicken is pre-cooked, so customers just have to reheat the filets at home. Chick-fil-A is bringing their Chick-fil-“A-game” with this one.