If you love going to Chick-fil-A for breakfast, you may notice that the morning menu will look a bit different.
Chick-fil-A just announced significant changes to its menu, reports Today.
“Later this spring, we will remove two items from the national menu, the bagel and decaf hot coffee, as well as consolidate several of our size offerings,” Chick-fil-A said in a statement.
The famous fast-food chain will stop serving multigrain bagels and hot decaf coffee as part of a decision to introduce new items to its menu.
Restaurants and fast-food chains nationwide have been adding new features that make ordering your favorite foods more structured than ever before.
With the novel coronavirus still looming, many establishments embraced new rules and guidelines to keep fast food lovers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In November, it was announced that Chick-fil-A was rolling out online ordering for its customers.
The famous chicken chain announced that it would offer online ordering nationwide after testing it at restaurants in Washington, D.C. and Baltimore. Before this announcement, online ordering was only available for customers placing large orders for catering.
During November, online orders were only available for pick-up and carryout. When making an order, the customer had to visit the online ordering landing page by putting in their location to find the nearest restaurant and place the order. After they are done picking their favorite Chick-fil-A items, chicken lovers could choose between drive-thru, curbside, or carryout to pick up the order.
After checking out, you’ll have a choice to use a Chick-fil-A account, checkout as a guest, or have an option to create a new account.