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Chick-fil-A is reportedly removing two items from the menu in a bid to streamline its spread.

Fast food chain will stop service Sunflower multigrain bagel And Def threadive farmers coffee in the coming months, business Insider Reported on Saturday. There was no departure date.

The changes are said to be part of a larger menu makeover to meet customer needs.

The changes are said to be part of a larger menu makeover to meet customer needs.

According to a restaurant spokesperson, the changes are part of a larger menu change to better meet customer needs.

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A spokesperson for Chick-fil-A said, “Later this spring, we will be removing two items from the national menu, bagel and decaf hot coffee, as well as consolidating many of our over-sized offerings.” “Streamlining our menu will allow us to continue to provide our customers with the quality food and service they have come to expect, as well as making room for new future menu items.”

While they are at it, Chick-fil-A also reportedly turns their children’s nuggets (currently available in four- and six-piece sizes) into five-piece meals, and coffee, milkshakes and Reduces the sizes offered for ice. Cream cones as well.

Chick-fil-A was first prepared with revised menu testing at select restaurants in Arizona and Charlotte, Neck, which began January 1. News release. Beyond the above edits, Chick-fil-A also pulled out its original Chick-N-Strips, grilled cool wraps and side salads during testing – a possible sign of more changes coming to the nationwide menu.

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Although Chick-fil-A did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Granthshala News, a spokesperson explained the update with a statement in a previous news release.

“Why so much change? Our goal is to serve as much quality food as possible in January,” Chick-fil-A said. “For us to continue the food and service you know and love, we are testing this revised menu to see if it improves your experience in our restaurant.”