Chick-fil-A announced three new menu items on Thursday.
A Virginia-based Chick-fil-A has ended its food-for-coins promotion after it received a surplus of coin rolls from the community.
The fast-food chain typically holds its annual customer appreciation day every July 14 in honor of its bovine mascot.
The results were drawn from a poll of more than 23,000 customers, who were randomly chosen between April 2019 and March 2020.
Chick-fil-A is releasing two summer beverages for 2020.
Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy said white people need to approach discussions about race with empathy and try to understand the “emotional indignity” black people face in an unjust system.
Chick-fil-A CEO Dan called on business leaders to "use our influence in our own businesses to be responsible capitalists who meet the needs of society."
Dine-in customers will have to follow social-distancing guidelines at tables, with some being blocked off to allow for the proper spacing, Chick-fil-A’s guidelines say.
The restaurant saw a 13 percent sales growth to more than $11 billion in 2019.
Chick-fil-A aims to ramp up sales amid the coronavirus pandemic with at-home meal kits.
Fifteen out of more than 100 employees in two Beaumont locations have tested positive for the highly contagious virus.
Even though states like Georgia are relaxing restrictions on businesses and are allowing dine-in restaurants to open on Monday, Chick-fil-A said Thursday that it won’t open its dining rooms yet.
The aid is anchored by a $10.8 million fund.
The initiative is set to take place over the next few weeks.
The brand said it is also providing cleaning wipes to workers and that customers may also see employees wearing face masks.
We’re attempting to provide people with a sense of normalcy.
To date, all of Chick-fil-A's restaurants remain open, though some locations will only offer service through its drive-thrus, while others will only offer takeout, delivery or mobile ordering options.
Trudy Cathy White, daughter of Chick-fil-A's founder, told FOX Business Monday that she wanted to shed some light on her mother in a new book "A Quiet Strength."
When the clock strikes 10 p.m. on Saturday [give or take] the quick service restaurant closes its doors -- until Monday.
Executives of the company have often said the chain made as much money in six days as its competitors do in seven.