ATLANTA – Since the advent of the microwave and the frozen dinner, companies have come up with ways to help the home cook put a meal on the table in minutes. Most recently, that’s meant the rise of meal-kit services, a sector now well-stocked with names like HelloFresh, Blue Apron, Home Chef, Freshly and Plated, and local contenders such as PeachDish and Garnish & Gather. Add another name to the list: Chick-fil-A. Next month, the Atlanta-based fast-food chain will become the first quick-service restaurant to enter the meal-kit market.
Some quality fight video entertainment here from Chris Spags, patron saint of delicious Wendy’s lunches. Related