The announcement that Chick-fil-A, a well-known brand, has begun selling chicken wings has internet users in a frenzy. On social media, word of the occurrence circulated quickly, leading many users to doubt the veracity of the claim.
Patrick Simpson, a Twitter user, shared an image of a box with wings that read, “Smoked Wings.” The chain’s branding appears on this take-out box, which sparked suspicions that the chain would soon start selling chicken wings.
Chick-fil-A is currently selling or testing wings. Truth Discovered
The internet is ecstatic over many allegations that the well-known business is testing or selling chicken wings. It appears that many individuals believed the rumor. According to online reports, the franchise is allegedly testing fresh wings at its stores in Nashville, Tennessee, and apparently intends to do so at its outposts in Atlanta.
It’s true that the company hasn’t officially denied the claims, but it hasn’t also denied that chicken wings would be added to the menu. In reality, a label is also visible when examining the photograph in question closely, and it says:
“Prepared for you: Traditional Bone-In Wings, 8 counts with Lemon Pepper Seasoning.”
Additionally, the label bears the designation “Special”
The popular Twitter post really originated in Nashville, which is the location of the Little Blue Menu, in an effort to refute the fact. This is a tribute to the original Chick-fil-A, which frequently changed its menu to accommodate customers’ requests.
The same principle underlies their delivery service. Therefore, it can be inferred that one of the three restaurants affiliated with the brand, Oufox Wings, posted the tweet.
In actuality, The Little Blue Menu stated in a press release in 2021:
With the advent of Little Blue Menu, a delivery kitchen concept that is a subsidiary of Chick-fil-A, Inc., this delivery fantasy will soon come true. This fall, Little Blue Menu will open a pilot site in Nashville, Tennessee. In 2022, an Atlanta site will open.
They teased that they will serve decadent bone-in wings along with a garden-fresh salad and crispy waffle potato fries in the same statement.
Therefore, the wings are inadvertently a part of a virtual kitchen owned by Chick-fil-A, the Little Blue Menu, which also serves Flock & Farm, Garden Day, and Outfox Wings.