Chick-fil-A Joins U.S. Food Waste Pact As First Restaurant Signatory

The quick-service chain will collaborate with food industry peers to reduce waste.

April 2, 2024

Chick-fil-A, Inc., the third largest quick-service restaurant company in the United States, announced today that they have joined the U.S. Food Waste Pact, a national voluntary agreement focused on reducing food waste across the U.S. food system. As the U.S. Food Waste Pact’s first restaurant signatory, Chick-fil-A’s participation builds on its long-standing efforts to reduce the amount of wasted food within its own operations, and through its efforts to share data and best practices, it will also serve as an inspiration to its industry peers to do their own part in reducing waste.

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