Chick-Fil-A Is Finally Bottling Their Liquid Gold And Will Sell Their Delicious AF Sauces At Grocery Stores


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Christmas came early this year, my dudes. Beginning next month, Chick-Fil-A will start selling their two flagship sauces in 16-ounce bottles at grocery stores and even better, they’ll be doing it to raise money for an excellent cause.

The 16-ounce bottles of Polynesian Sauce (their best sauce by far) and their popular Chick-fil-A sauce will be sold for just $3.49 in Florida at Publix, Target, Walmart, and Winn-Dixie grocery stores. According to Tallahassee’s WXTL news, Chick-Fil-A will be donating 100% of the profits from these sales to their Chick-fil-A Remarkable Futures Scholarship Initiative.

This year alone, the Chick-fil-A Remarkable Futures Scholarship Initiative will award $17 MILLION in scholarships to team members at their 6,700 restaurants. And all of that will be aided by the sale of these glorious sauces at local grocery stores.

My colleague pointed out that he doesn’t trust people who don’t love Polynesian Sauce and that’s a statement I 100% agree with. Sure, the stuff might trigger spontaneous liquid diarrhea like it did 2x with my roommate in college who let a squeaky fart out on FSU’s campus and found himself sprinting home in a nightmare scenario with hot liquid running down his leg but that’s the price you pay for such a perfect sauce. It really is probably the best tasting condiment on the planet outside of ketchup and mustard. I’d also throw Costa Rica’s Lizano sauce in the mix.

WXTL reports:

“Increasingly, our customers are searching for ways to enjoy our brand at home,” Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A’s Beyond the Restaurant team, told CNN Business in an email.

As well as selling bottles at grocery stores in Florida, some locations of Chick-fil-A will offer 8-ounce bottles of its signature, Polynesian, Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces for purchase staring this month.

Chick-fil-A customers in Florida will also receive 8-ounce bottles of Chick-fil-A, Polynesian, Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch Sauces with their catering order starting in mid-March.

I cannot fathom a world where this only happens in Florida. The excerpt above from the Tallahassee news article pertains to just Florida but these bottles of sauce are going to fly off shelves. Those profits will go straight into the pockets of well-deserving Chick-Fil-A team members who need college scholarships. This is a win-win all around.

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