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· Reports: Chick-fil-A starting to 'imagine' vegan menu
· Chick-fil-NAY: A Meat Alternative Could Be Coming to Your Favorite Homophobic Chicken Chain
Reports: Chick-fil-A starting to 'imagine' vegan menu
By FOX 5 Atlanta News
May 14 2019
ATLANTA (FOX 5 Atlanta) - Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A is reportedly working on adding vegan options and meat substitutes to the menu.
The fast-food chicken giant has meat-free items on the menu, but mostly in side dishes and salads.
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A Chick-fil-A official says the company is basically moving from the watch stage to the "really imagine" stage of food design.
One possibility would be to have an alternative protein for the classic chicken sandwich.
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Chick-fil-NAY: A Meat Alternative Could Be Coming to Your Favorite Homophobic Chicken Chain
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by Jenny G. Zhang, Eater
May 14, 2019
Could Chick-fil-A be the next fast-food chain to add a meatless option?
Fast-food’s push towards a plant-based future shows no signs of slowing down, with chains like Burger King, White Castle, and Del Taco all having added meatless protein items to their menus. Chick-fil-A — known for its solid lineup of chicken options and much less palatable politics — could follow suit, as Amanda Norris, the executive director of the chain’s menu, told Business Insider recently.
According to Norris, Chick-fil-A has been watching and studying vegan options for a few years at this point. With a more limited menu compared to its competitors, the chain tends to take longer — typically 18 to 24 months — to research, test, and roll out new products. Chick-fil-A is now moving “from the watch stage” into the initial “understand” or “imagine” stage, Norris told BI.
As for what that vegan option might look like, Norris said:
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