There’s no need to stash the packets of Chick-fil-A sauce in the fridge anymore. You don’t even have to use the knock-off or make your own sauce.
The chicken chain is bringing its cult-favorite sauce to store shelves.
Chick-fil-A is working with Walmart, Publix and Kroger to bring Chick-fila-A and Polynesian sauces to store shelves, USA Today reported.
They’ll cost $3.49 for each 16-ounce bottle.
The sauces will be available at stores in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi, USA Today reported.
Sales will roll out in 2021 at stores nationwide, AL.com reported.
The pilot program started in March at stores in Florida.
The sale of the bottles will benefit Chick-fil-A employees and the company’s scholarship fund.
Since 1970, the company has given almost 60,000 employees $92 million in scholarships, AL.com reported.
The company also sells its sauces in 8-ounce containers and bottles in their restaurants.
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