Chick-fil-A debuts ‘superfood’ salad

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The same day it scraps its popular cole slaw to make room for healthier side items, Chick-fil-A will begin serving a “superfood” salad at locations nationwide.

The side—which features hand-chopped kale and broccolini, maple vinaigrette, sour cherries and roasted nuts—was created in collaboration with Atlanta chef and restaurateur Ford Fry.

"The Superfood Side is not something you would expect to see at a fast food restaurant, and we're thrilled to kick off 2016 with something that can help people stick to their New Year's resolutions to eat healthfully,” David Farmer, Chick-fil-A’s vice president of menu strategy and development, said in a statement.

The side debuts Jan. 18 and will be available in two sizes—5 ounces and 8 ounces—which sell for $2.59 and $3.79, respectively.

Chick-fil-A has made several steps to offer healthier, “cleaner” menu options, including its use of chicken raised without antibiotics.  


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