Chick-fil-A is trying to cater to a group of customers it's long ignored — but the result is disappointing

When I first heard Chick-fil-A was launching a gluten-free bun, I was thrilled.

Gluten-free eaters like me are largely ignored by fast food chains, so when Chick-fil-A started serving its new buns on Monday, I had to get my hands on one.

The bun,made with quinoa and amaranth and sweetened with molasses and raisins, contains 150 calories and costs an additional $1.15.

It seemed like a small price to pay to finally be able to try a chicken sandwich from one of the most popular chains in the US.

We went to Chick-fil-A to test out the new bun. Here's what happened:


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