Popular chicken fast-casual chain Chick-fil-A is testing a series of non-poultry items at select locations around the United States. Known best for their chicken sandwiches, the company is testing a few different dishes where healthier ingreidents are highlighted.
There’s still chicken, just not as much.
According to Eater, the items include a Harvest Kale & Grain Bowl and an Egg White Grill Grain Bowl.
The Harvest Kale Grain Bowl features chopped broccolini and kale with dried cherries and is tossed in a maple vinaigrette. The Egg White Grill Grain Bowl features scrambled egg whites, grilled chicken, and a blend of cheddar cheeses.
Both bowls have a Harvest Grain blend of red quinoa, white quinoa, and farrow.
Currently, locations in San Francisco, Sacramento, Tampa, and Huntsville, Ala., are the only spots that carry the new menu items. Eater says that if tests go well, the grain bowls should see a national release sometime in 2018. They cost about $8.
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