Chick-fil-A’s salad dressing will now be sold in stores nationwide

Bottled salad dressings will be rolling out in stores over the next few weeks

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After piloting the concept in Ohio and Tennessee last fall, Atlanta-based fast-food chain Chick-fil-A announced on Thursday that it will now sell its salad dressings in stores nationwide. The flavors, Avocado Lime Ranch, Garden Herb Ranch, Creamy Salsa and Zesty Apple Cider Vinaigrette, will be rolling out in groceries and Walmart stores over the next few weeks.

“From Boston to Sacramento, customers who heard about our pilot let us know they are eager to buy bottles of their favorite Chick-fil-A salad dressing at their local grocery stores,” Michael Garrison, senior director of innovation and new ventures at Chick-fil-A, said in a news release. “These salad dressings will join four of the brand’s most popular sauces available in participating grocery stores: bottled Barbeque, Polynesian, Sweet & Spicy Sriracha and Chick-fil-A® Sauce.”

Last month, Chick-fil-A announced the launch of a limited-edition collection of sauce-themed merchandise alongside the release of two new bottled sauces for retail stores — barbecue and sweet & spicy sriracha.

“Our dressings bring versatile flavors to the table, making them perfect for marinating chicken, drizzling on tacos or whipping up a pasta salad,” Chick-fil-A Chef Christy Cook said in a news release. “We love seeing the culinary creations our customers already make with their favorite Chick-fil-A dressings, like Creamy Salsa Waffle Fries. Now, we can’t wait to see what they create with our Bottled Salad Dressings in their own kitchens.”

While the bottled dressings will be sold in participating stores across the country, Chick-fil-A will not be selling the bottled dressings at its own restaurants.

“Chick-fil-A bottled salad dressings will not be sold in restaurants,” Chick-fil-A reported in a news release. “Customers are encouraged to contact their local grocery and Walmart locations to confirm availability and pricing. Chick-fil-A salad dressings can be found in the refrigerated section of each participating retail location.”