Amid the coronavirus pandemic, many dine-in restaurants across the country have either closed or resorted to take-out options — although some may begin re-opening in Utah on May 1.
Meal kit companies have seen a boost in sales as more meals are being eaten at home, according to CNN. This has prompted Chick-fil-A to release its own meal kit service.
Starting Monday, Chick-fil-A restaurants — many of which are still open for drive-thru orders — will be selling take home kits filled with pre-measured and cooked ingredients to make chicken parmesan in under 30 minutes, according to USAToday.
The kits are $14.99 for two servings and will include ingredients for creamy garlic and lemon pasta, according to Fox Business. Customers can choose between Chick-fil-A’s original chicken filets, spicy chicken filets or grilled chicken filets for the chicken parmesan.
The Chick-fil-A meal kits were originally tested at the company’s Atlanta headquarters in 2018, Business Insider reports.
Chick-fil-A isn’t the only restaurant chain jumping on the meal kit train. Denny’s, Smashburger and Shake Shack have also all released meal kits to help families provide home-cooked meals, according to Business Insider.