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We tried Chick-fil-A's new meal kits, and we discovered why the chicken chain should terminate the test

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Chick-fil-A is testing meal kits at 150 locations in the Atlanta, Georgia, area.



The meal kits cost $15.89 each, and they contain the ingredients to create chicken-centric meals for two people in 30 minutes or less.



We tried the meal kits and now think that Chick-fil-A should kill its test of the kits instead of expanding it.

When Chick-fil-A announced it was launching meal kits, we were overwhelmed with competing emotions. As Chick-fil-A lovers, more of the chain's chicken could only be a good thing - right? But, why in the world would a fried-chicken chain create a meal kit with options like chicken enchiladas and crispy Dijon chicken? Was this the future of fast food or a marketing stunt? In an effort to get to the bottom of things, Business Insider asked Chick-fil-A to send us meal kits to test out. The chain started selling the kits at 150 restaurants in the Atlanta, Georgia, area in late August, and it will continue to do so until mid-November. As we are based in New York City, Chick-fil-A sent us four kits instead of forcing us to fly to Georgia. If you're in Atlanta and considering buying a meal kit, or if you're just a curious Chick-fil-A lover, read on to find out what the meal kits are actually like:
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