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Chick-fil-A's Signature Sauce and Polynesian Sauce Are Coming to Grocery Stores

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If you enjoy dunking your crispy waffle fries into one of Chick-fil-A’s zesty sauces, you might be in for a treat. Beginning in April, Chick-fil-A fans in Florida will be able to purchase the cult-favorite fast food chain’s Signature Sauce and Polynesian Sauce from some of America's best grocery stores and enjoy them from the comfort of their own homes.

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Making its first endeavor into retail sales, the famed chicken coop recently announced that the sauces will be available in 16-ounce bottles in all Florida Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie stores.

“Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, so we are extremely excited to offer them at select retail stores outside of the restaurant,” said Michael Patrick, principal program lead, Beyond the Restaurant, in a press release.

Starting in mid-March, Floridian fans of Chick-fil-A’s other dipping sauces — like the Barbeque, Honey Mustard or Garden Herb Ranch — will receive an 8-ounce bottle of the tasty condiments with their catering orders or can purchase them in participating restaurants. But fear not spicy food enthusiasts: Sweet & Spicy Sriracha and Zesty Buffalo will still be available in individual packets in-store.

Retail prices of the 16-ounce bottled sauces will start at $3.49, and 100% of the profits will be donated to the Chick-fil-A Remarkable Futures Scholarship Initiative, which will award $17 million in scholarships to 6,700 restaurant team members.

The next steps for a nationwide rollout of bottled sauces will be based on the success of the pilot in Florida. So get to dipping, drizzling and scooping those sauces onto your Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich and waffle fries, two of the most famous fast food menu items of all time.


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”


Now You Can Have Chick-fil-A's Famous Sauce Whenever You Want

The chain is bringing bottles of its sauces to retail.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Photo courtesy of Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is getting into the retail biz. The chain has announced plans to sell its two most popular dipping sauces – its signature Chick-fil-A sauce, described on the Chick-fil-A website as a “classic dipping sauce with notes of honey mustard and a smoky tang,” and its Polynesian sauce, “A delicious sweet and sour sauce with a strong, tangy flavor,” – in 16-ounce bottles.

The squeeze-bottled sauces will be available in April and May, as part of a pilot program and at a $3.49 price point, at grocery and retail stores in Florida including all Publix, Target, Walmart and Winn-Dixie locations. A nationwide rollout may follow later this year, based on the success of the pilot, the company said.

The move to market the bottled sauces in stores, albeit initially only in Florida, marks Chick-fil-A’s first foray into retail, but perhaps not its last.

"We are looking to learn more about the retail channel," Michael Patrick, principal program lead for Chick-fil-A's Beyond the Restaurant group, told CNN.

Patrick explained that the sauces were a natural starting point because they are fan favorites: "Our customers love our sauces," he said. "Chick-fil-A Sauce and Polynesian Sauce are our two most popular sauces, which is why these flavors are leading the way."

The two sauces, along with Chick-fil-A’s Barbeque, Honey Mustard and Garden Herb Ranch sauces, will also be available in 8-ounce bottles with Chick-fil-A catering orders beginning in mid-March.

And while catering sauce sales will be “revenue-generating,” Forbes reports, all proceeds from sauce bottles sold at retail stores will be donated to a Chick-fil-A program that provides college-scholarship money to its employees.

“We think this sends a strong message that we’re a brand of choice for attracting great talent,” Patrick told Forbes. “Talent is the most important part of our business. We call our team members our ‘secret sauce,’ so this is a perfect fit.”