ATLANTA Chick-fil-A will begin testing a spicy chicken sandwich in the Baltimore and Jacksonville, Fla., markets on Jan. 21, a company spokesman said. The new sandwich is hand-breaded, seasoned with a blend of peppers and pressure-cooked in refined peanut oil, Chick-fil-A said. Unlike the traditional Chick-fil-A sandwich, the spicy version will not be served with the chain’s trademark pickle slices.The test at 25 Baltimore units and 15 Jacksonville units will run through April 19, ...
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