Chick-fil-A has been serving up fried chicken and biscuit sandwiches for years, but the restaurant chain recently announced a new — and somewhat unexpected — menu item arriving Jan. 18. A "superfood" kale salad will replace longtime-favorite coleslaw as a side dish and includes broccolini, dried cherries, and roasted nuts topped with a maple vinaigrette.
According to Business Insider, this is the first time a fast-food chain has offered kale nationwide. The salad will come in two sizes, the medium five-ounce size at 80 calories and the large eight-ounce size at 110 calories. It can be ordered as a substitution for fries in a combo meal for an extra charge of $0.94 or on its own for $2.59 (medium) or $3.79 (large).