Chick-fil-A New Food Truck Rolling All Over the Country, Offering Limited Menu
Chick-fil-A just might have the perfect idea on how to get their delicious foods to people averse to going out in the middle of a relentless pandemic. It is now on wheels - the Chick-fil-A food truck!
Chick-fil-A Launches Food Trucks
The popular fast food restaurant recently launched food trucks all over the country. One of these stops around the northeast Indiana area until the next month, as reported by Wane.com.
The food trucks benefit the people as much as they benefit the company, which was affected by the COVID-19 crisis last year.
Given serious lockdown and distancing measures, the restaurant, along with others, has suffered an immense loss in terms of reduced sales from less foot traffic.
"Over the last year there have just been some impacts due to COVID to our restaurants and sales. This is a great opportunity for us to continue serving guests and show the whole community Chick-fil-A," said Kayley Jones, Owner of the Chick-fil-A inside Glenbook Square Mall.
The food truck will not have the whole roster of Chick-fil-products that people love, but they will offer some notable favorites, including the waffle fries, chicken sandwiches (both original and spicy), nuggets, and their well-loved signature sauces.
The food trucks will be open between 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., but Jones announced that the hours will be extended the week of March 22 because the restaurant inside Glenbook Square Mall will be renovated.
The food truck is scheduled to cater to customers in Angola at KC Learning Center on Wednesday.
Off the Menu
The company has recently announced a range of new menu changes that restaurant troopers will surely love and be a bit surprised at.
According to the Insider, Chick-fil-A will be removing two items off its menu starting this spring: decaf coffee and bagels. While the company did not say exactly why these items will be scrapped off their menu, this is not the first restaurant to have removed some items in their offerings since last year. McDonald's, for example, has discontinued its "breakfast all day" items.
According to Business Insider, this move is meant to make serving times faster and address supply issues.
It will also make some unseen changes with the sizes of its certain menu items.
At present, the kids' chicken nugget meals are differentiated between four and six-pieces. Soon, it will be replaced with just one size - offering kids across the board 5 pieces of the well-loved nuggets.
In addition, the sizes for milkshake, coffee, and ice cream cones will also be consolidated, but they didn't report exactly in what manner.
"Streamlining our menu will allow for us to continue providing our customers the quality food and service they've come to expect, as well as make room for new future menu items," the official statement of the restaurant to Delish, reads.
The fans still have one month to enjoy these present sizes. New sizes will go into effect on April 26.