Chick-fil-A is launching a new breakfast menu item in its homestate of Georgia: Chicken and waffles.
The dish features Chick-fil-A’s famous boneless breaded chicken cutlet alongside a maple-syrup flavored waffle and a side of honey, Businessweek’s Vanessa Wong reports.
The new menu addition is being tested in Georgia. A company spokesman told Wong that it’s “too early to tell” whether the item will become available nationally.
The test is part of a renewed breakfast focus by the fried chicken chain.
Chick-fil-A recently launched a premium coffee line through a partnership with Thrive Farmers Coffee, which gives some of the revenues from coffee sales to a network of family farmers in Central America, according to the company.
The new coffee offerings included an iced version with 2% milk and cane sugar, which is selling for $US2.29 for 16 ounces.