If you're a fan of Chick-fil-A Sauce or Chick-fil-A's Polynesian Sauce, you'll be excited to hear that the popular fast-food restaurant chain may soon be available in grocery stores.

According to Forbes, Chick-fil-A will be testing this concept in Florida at around 1,800 retail locations including Target, Walmart and a couple of regional grocery store chains.

Forbes says that the sauces will be sold in 16-ounce bottles and will be priced starting at $3.49.

 


 

Chick-fil-A would be the latest restaurant to offer some of its popular items in retail stores. You can currently find salad dressings from restaurants like Olive Garden and Panera.

And freezer sections include items from places like P.F. Chang's, TGI Fridays, California Pizza Kitchen, and White Castle.

Plus, frozen treats from Friendly's and Baskin-Robbins are available in many grocery stores.    

 

My question is, will the Chick-fil-A sauces taste as good without the Chick-fil-A nuggets?