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Although Chick-fil-A recently announced that it’s putting the cow calendars out to pasture after a twenty-year run, the company also had some good news for those who, well, can’t get enough Chick-fil-A. The Georgia chicken sandwich giant will begin rolling out a selection of take-home meal kits—akin to Blue Apron or HelloFresh—at the end of August. These will be a step beyond the classic chicken biscuit, starting with chicken parmesan and chicken enchiladas, followed by chicken flatbread, pan-roasted chicken, and crispy Dijon chicken. The kits will be introduced at 150 Atlanta-area locations for now, though the company says eaters everywhere can go online and request them in their city. But there’s one young customer who will already have all the Chick-fil-A she can handle: Gracelyn Griffin, the recipient of free chicken for life after her mother went into labor and her father delivered her in a San Antonio Chick-fil-A bathroom last week. Although the store was closed, employees let them in and provided towels to keep the healthy newborn warm until paramedics arrived—it was their pleasure.