If you're a connoisseur of all things Chick-fil-A, you might have to make a serious change to your usual order starting next month. The Atlanta-based crispy chicken sandwich giant announced this week that it's doing away with a customer favorite that's been on its menu for 49 years: cole slaw.
In a statement, Chick-fil-A said its days of serving cole slaw will officially end on January 18th and that removing the beloved staple, which some customers ordered instead of waffle fries, was a "difficult decision." However, a spokeswoman for the fast food chain said a new side will be announced sometime next week.
“We know many of our customers love our Cole Slaw, yet we have also heard from them they are looking for new tastes and healthier ways to eat in our restaurants," the company said in the statement. "To provide this variety means we will occasionally have to remove items from our menu.”