We are committed to reducing our food waste and having a “cook less, more often” mindset that gives you fresh food, while generating less unused food.
pounds of food waste diverted from landfills in 2022 through food donations and composting by restaurants
electric vehicle chargers (with 84 parking spots) at our Support Center in Atlanta
restaurant piloting a solar-powered microgrid to prevent power-related disruptions
Throughout Chick-fil-A restaurants, you'll find post-consumer recycled plastic used in many places, including our Team Member uniforms. The red polo shirts and blue-and-white striped shirts are made from recycled plastic bottles. Each red polo contains 19 plastic bottles and the blue shirts contain nine.
We understand the importance of reducing energy consumption and encourage our Operators to follow best practices. We’re also exploring new energy-saving opportunities, like piloting a solar-powered microgrid system in our restaurants.Read about our microgrid pilot
At the Chick-fil-A Support Center in Atlanta, we implement projects that support our sustainability focus areas: food waste, packaging waste, recycling, water consumption and energy optimization.Read about our efforts