Chick-fil-A lovers can now dress and outfit their homes accordingly. The chicken chain this week launched its first-ever merchandise collection, including an "I Heart Waffle Fries" hoodie for 60 bucks.
The limited edition array of sweatshirts, T-shirts, coffee mugs, socks, blankets and pillow sets went on sale online on Wednesday, with prices ranging from $15 to $75.
The made-in China products include a trucker hat for $25 and a camper mug for $22, both adorned with the message "Chicken for Breakfast."
Chick-fil-A expects the products to "sell out quickly," but plans to offer additional merchandise in 2023, the company said in an emailed release.
Chick-fil-A's foray into selling branded merchandise comes more than a year after the company started selling its signature and Polynesian sauces at grocery stores across the country.
Known for its cult-like following, the privately held Georgia company operates more than 2,400 restaurants across the country, with at least onefor backing up traffic with its long drive-thru lines earlier in the year.
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