After Months Of Rumors, Chick-fil-A Makes A HUGE Announcement

What Chick-fil-A just announced will help millions of people. Prepare to fall in love with the popular fast-food chain even more!

As a company known for their Christian values — including a stance for biblical marriage and honoring the Sabbath by closing every Sunday – Chick-fil-A is quite familiar with blazing trails.

Chick-fil-A just announced it was introducing a new gluten-free bun, but there’s something special that sets their version above the rest. Few fast-food chains have offered gluten-free buns so far, but Chick-fil-A’s will help those suffering from celiac disease tremendously.

Unlike those of their competitors, Chick-fil-A’s gluten-free option comes pre-packaged and you have to assemble it. This prevents the food from being contaminated, which could cause a medical emergency for those suffering from celiac disease. Each part of the new sandwich is certified to be free of gluten — but it does cost an extra $1.15 on top of your normal sandwich.

When I learned the pain gluten contamination causes, I realized Chick-fil-A will be helping millions of lives. This company never ceases to amaze me!

Celiac disease is a problem some people have with foods that contain gluten. When you have this disease and you eat food with gluten in it, the gluten triggers an abnormal immune response that’s severely painful. It damages the inside of your small intestine and prevents the absorption of nutrients from your food.

In a time where many businesses fail to properly serve their communities, Chick-fil-A is a company that stands out in its attempt to make the world a better place.

Fans say the gluten-free bun is delicious, too! Most competitors’ gluten-free options lack quality and flavor, but Chick-fil-A continues to provide satisfying food and service.

To learn more about celiac disease, watch the video below:

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