Chick-fil-A: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 2)

We already brought you part one of this mouth-watering list of facts about Chick-fil-A. There are still a few more secrets to reveal, though, so here is part two.

Number Eight: The Chick-fil-A Logo Has a Name

Everyone knows the “Eat mor chikin” cow from Chick-fil-A. But the company’s logo has a name too, which is Doodles.

Number Seven: They’ve Been Serving Breakfast For Awhile

If you are from the South, you know the magical breakfast item called the biscuit. With Chick-fil-A having Southern roots in Atlanta, it’s no wonder that the chicken biscuit appeared on the menu in 1968 making it the restaurant’s first breakfast menu item.

Number Six: Non-fried Foods Are On the Menu Too

Most of Chick-fil-A’s menu is fried, but you can find some fresh options. In fact, the chain was the first fast food company to offer fruit cups as a side option which premiered in 2004.

Number Five: The Menu On the Board Is Not the Only Menu

If you want to order Chick-fil-A like a professional, you need to know about their secret menu. It includes items like quesadillas, a chicken egg and cheese biscuit, and a root beer float. Try not to tell everyone, though!

Number Four: There Is A Method To Making The Sandwiches

Unlike other fast food chains, Chick-fil-A does not receive its menu items premade. Instead, Chick-fil-A workers hand-make each one of the restaurants signature sandwiches.

Number Three: There’s A Secret Hidden In the Name

Ever wonder why the “A” at the end of Chick-fil-A is capitalized? It stands for Grade A symbolizing the quality of their chicken.

Number Two: The ‘Eat Mor Chikin’ Cows Do A Lot Of Work

The crazy cows that don’t like seeing people eat meat have been doing crazy things since 1995. Their antics have been so successful, they were named one of America’s most popular advertising icons in an Advertising Week vote, inducting them into New York’s Madison Avenue Advertising Walk of Fame.

Number One: Nothing Has Changed for 50 Years

The recipe for Chick-fil-A’s menu has not changed since the restaurant opened. The original recipe is said to be locked away in Atlanta and will remain safe and sound. We hope you enjoyed our list of 15 things you didn’t know about Chick-fil-A!