If you pay close attention to news about national chain restaurants -- or happen to read the very site you are currently reading this article on -- there's a good chance you've heard that Chick-fil-A recently announced the creation of a new Blue Apron-style Mealtime Kit, primed to roll out in mid-August.
What does this mean, for you?
If you visit one of 150 select (and yet-to-be-designated) Georgia-based Chick-fil-A's participating in the new Mealtime Kit initiative from August 27 through mid-November -- when the first run of the experiment ends -- you'll be able to purchase a 30-minutes-or-less, just-under-sixteen-dollar, ready-for-two meal kit, right at the counter.
Naturally, reactions to this deep-fried bombshell were mixed.
For some, this came as glorious news and was highly relevant to anyone who's ever desperately craved some of that controversial chicken at home (or perhaps just on a Sunday).