Updated 2017! Chick-fil-A is an American fast food chain that specializes in chicken sandwiches, and has more than 2000 restaurants in the U.S. Please note that for religious reasons, all Chick-fil-A restaurants are closed on Sundays and on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
No Dairy (Milk-Based) Ingredients (see disclaimer below)
- Breakfast – Hashbrowns
- Chicken – Grilled Chicken Sandwich, Grilled Chicken Nuggets
- Sides – Waffle Fries, Fruit Cup, Superfood Side
- Sauces– Chick-fil-A Sauce, Polynesian Sauce, Honey Mustard Sauce, Barbecue Sauce, Sweet & Spicy Sriracha Sauce
- Salad Dressings – Light Italian, Light Balsamic Vinaigrette, Fat Free Honey Mustard Dressing, Chili Lime Vinaigrette, Creamy Salsa Dressing, Apple Cider Vinaigrette
- Toppings – Harvest Nut Granola, Roasted Nut Blend, Charred Tomato Crispy Red Peppers, Chili-Lime Pepitas
- Miscellaneous – Applesauce, Gluten-Free Bun
Other Allergen Notes: Their gluten-free bun is currently free of dairy, nuts, and soy, but it does contain eggs. Chick-fil-A uses peanut oil in their fryer. According to Samantha, a Chick-fil-a employee:
They fryers used for chicken are only used for chicken meaning that the fries and hashbrowns are cooked separately from dairy containing products.
But of course, check at the restaurant to ensure your location practices this and that the food is safe for your needs.
More Details from Chick-fil-A
Allergen Disclaimer from Chick-fil-A: Due to the handcrafted nature of our food, variations in our supplier ingredients, and our use of shared cooking and preparation areas, we cannot ensure that our food is free from any allergens. We prepare our foods following procedures to prevent allergen cross-contact, but products containing wheat, egg, soy and dairy are all made in our kitchens.
Restaurant Website: www.chick-fil-a.com
Allergen Information: www.chick-fil-a.com/-/media/Files/CFACOM/Allergens-PDFs/CFA_Allergens_1280_11-14-17.ashx
Last Updated: November 25, 2017