Chick-fil-A Inc. expects to heat up its menu and unit growth this year by expanding its spicy menu offerings and moving into new markets, officials at the 1,540-unit chain said Tuesday. After the successful launches of Chick-fil-A’s spicy chicken sandwich last year and the spicy chicken breakfast biscuit in January, the Atlanta-based chain is testing more assertive-flavor products, including a spicy chicken nugget, and sweet potato fries. Chick-fil-A, a well known cult favorite among ...
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