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Every time I eat Chick-fil-A, I no-kidding ask for as many sauce packets as they’ll give me, and then I keep them in my pantry.
Soon, instead of stockpiling the tiny packets, I’ll just pick up a BOTTLE of the liquid gold at the supermarket.
Your grocery list will never be the same. Here’s what you need to know:
Walmart, Publix & Kroger have started selling Chick-fil-A sauce bottles.
Rollout started in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, and Mississippi at major retailers like Walmart, Publix, Kroger, HEB, and Winn-Dixie.
Chick-fil-A tested selling their sauces in Florida supermarkets last spring, and apparently the experiment was successful.
A 16 oz container of regular or Polynesian sauce costs $3.49-$3.99.
Think about how much less waste you’ll be making, opening one 16 oz recyclable bottle rather than 16 disposable 1 oz packets.
According to Chick-fil-A, all of the royalties they get from third-party sales of their sauces will benefit their employee scholarship program.
Chick-fil-A already provides 8 oz tubs of sauce for all catering orders.
Catering orders with nuggets or strips receive an 8 oz tub of Chick-fil-A, Polynesian, Barbecue, Honey Mustard, or Garden Herb Ranch Sauces. If you’d prefer an 8 oz bottle of your own, they’re available for purchase at participating restaurants.
The Walmart knockoff sauce is highly rated and only $2.
If you can’t wait until Chick-fil-A sauce makes it to your grocery store, or if you want to save a little cash, Walmart’s Great Value “Chicken Dipping Sauce” comes highly recommended by shoppers in the Twitterverse.
A 12 oz bottle is just $1.92.