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Chick-fil-A Caves, Plans to Bring Its Original Barbecue Sauce Back

No more smokehouse sauce In July, friendly fried chicken empire Chick-fil-A made a change to its condiments lineup, replacing its traditional barbecue sauce with a "bolder smokehouse" sauce. This did not sit well with the chain’s loyal fans. They liked the old sauce, and they wanted it back. They started petitions and created Facebook groups and sent tweets. Well, Chick-fil-A, always making customer service priority number one, has seen the error of its ways.
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