chick fil a discontinuing side salad
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Fast-food lovers have been forced to make their peace with losing several fan-favorite items in recent weeks, including Taco Bell's Quesarito
the Dunkin' Dunkaccino, and Starbucks' raspberry syrup.
And now, consumers will yet again have to come to terms with the imminent retirement of a comparably healthy but still well-loved
"The side salad's last day will be April 1st! Come and get them while you can!"
Though some Facebook users who commented on the post wondered if it was a premature April Fool's Day joke
this is not the case. The company has officially confirmed that the side salad will be retired starting April 3.
"In order for our Restaurant Team Members to continue to deliver quality food and signature hospitality, at times we have to make difficult decisions
to help simplify our menu. Starting April 3, the Chick-fil-A Side Salad will no longer be offered in our U.S. restaurants."
This means that Chick-fil-A customers will have one less healthy option to choose from at a chain best known for its fried chicken
sandwiches and nuggets, though Chick-fil-A still offers grilled alternatives and a handful of regular salads meant to be eaten as a full meal.
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