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Chick-fil-A launches meal kits as more people cook at home
Chick-fil-A in no rush to open dining rooms; investors reportedly plan to challenge Neiman Marcus bankruptcy loan
Fox Business Briefs: Chick-fil-A says it is going to take additional time to review its operations and reopen dining rooms even though it can resume dine-in service in Georgia; Reuters reports a group of investment firms are opposing Neiman Marcus’ plan to file for bankruptcy protection.
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Chick-fil-A is giving food fans a taste of its famed chicken at home.
The Atlanta-based fast-food chain is launching meal kits as Americans continue to shelter in place amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, with restaurants in most states running on pick-up and delivery-only options.