Nutrition & Allergens

Chick-fil-A cooks in 100% refined peanut oil. According to Health Canada and pursuant to the Food and Drug Regulations, highly refined oils, such as highly refined soybean and peanut oil, are not considered prescribed food allergens and therefore are not identified on this list. Due to the handcrafted nature of our food, variations in our supplier ingredients, and our use of shared cooking and preparation areas, we cannot ensure that our food is free from any allergens. We prepare our foods following procedures to prevent allergen cross-contact, but products containing wheat/triticale, egg, soy, tree nuts, sesame seed, mustard, sulphites, milk, and gluten (barley, oats, rye, triticale or wheat) are all made in our kitchens. There could be other potential allergens not addressed here. Please consult the ingredients on each product prior to consuming.

Food safety and quality are our top priorities, and we take great care in adhering to stringent food safety procedures. Therefore, when a supplier notified us they had unintentionally added an undeclared dairy allergen in the recipe for our Grilled Chicken Breast and Grilled Chicken Nuggets, we took immediate steps to notify guests of this temporary issue. We are actively working with the supplier so this doesn’t happen again and to ensure the allergen is removed. We understand and take seriously the trust our Guests place in us to make sure their food is how they expect it, and we apologize for this situation. Our priority is that our impacted Guests can enjoy these products again soon.

Adults and youth (ages 13 and older) need an average of 2,000 calories a day, and children (ages 4 to 12) need an average of 1,500 calories a day. However, individual needs vary.