If Chick-fil-A wants to remain America's favorite fast-food restaurant, it should quit upsetting its loyal customers.
Customers recently criticized the chicken company for its inconsistent food quality and consistency. Reddit users called the brand's quality a "gamble"
Chick-fil-A is embroiled in another Reddit kerfuffle, with a regular customer complaining that their nearby location's chicken sandwiches
are smaller. As opposed to the normal massive and thick filets, the chicken has become more like breakfast chicken ("thin, flat, and very much different
"The prices went up (inflation) and chicken got smaller," says the Reddit user, who suspects COVID-19 supply chain concerns. "The double whammy is kinda disappointing."
A restaurant manager says no formal size modifications have been made and that a quality control error
caused the smaller sandwich. "If your product is small, it is because the supplier let it slip and your local CFA used it anyway."
Chick-fil-A Inc. says the chicken sandwich sizes haven't altered, suggesting these are one-time issues at certain locations.
An unexpected plot twist occurs when another user sees that Chick-fil-A's breakfast filets are growing larger than the usual filets.