After Seeing This Video, People Are Swearing Off Chik-Fil-A Forever…


Chick-fil-A, a fast-food chicken chain renowned for its delicious chicken and Christian values, has recently come under fire for allegedly wasting large amounts of food daily. A disgruntled employee at one of the restaurants shared a video on TikTok, showcasing the wasteful practices at the eatery at the close of each day.

The video revealed the employee tossing a huge tray of perfectly edible chicken into the trash, rather than donating the food to the homeless or hungry families.

The anonymous employee, who has not revealed his identity for fear of losing his job, captioned the video, “What they do every night with the chicken nuggets at Chick-fil-A.” Dressed in the company’s uniform, he demonstrates how he is instructed to dispose of every remaining chicken nugget at day’s end instead of providing the food to those in need.

The video quickly went viral, amassing over 7.8 million views on TikTok and sparking outrage among viewers who condemned Chick-fil-A for its wasteful behavior. Many comments expressed disappointment in the restaurant’s apparent lack of concern for the hungry and the homeless.

One viewer lamented, “The amount of food we throw away and the amount of starving people there are just doesn’t sit right with me. It’s sad.” Another person wrote, “Jesus would not approve.” Some suggested that the leftovers be given to employees to take home or distributed for free to customers.

However, a few individuals defended the company, arguing that it would be unsanitary and potentially illegal to give away leftover food. One person explained, “Chicken that sits too long cannot be given out to the homeless hours later. It will get them sick. It’s not a doughnut.”

Another person added, “It is illegal to give food to the homeless in foodservice. Any food leftover goes to the employees or the trash.” Some former employees also confirmed that the chain restaurant had a history of throwing away large amounts of food at the end of each day.

Despite the controversy, the video raises important questions about food waste and the responsibility of fast-food establishments to minimize their environmental impact and contribute to the well-being of their communities.

Source: AWM