Who doesn't love Chick-Fil-A?

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Everybody loves the chicken chain closed on Sundays.

What if you could make it home and nobody could tell the difference?

That's the word on the street (and social media) about a chicken product being sold in a grocery store with multiple locations in Alabama.

Tuscaloosa and Northport along with multiple other cities in Alabama have locations of this store.

The store is known for it's discount items, often tasting just as good as premium brands at a much lower price.

Social media started erupting on this topic in late February with the news of this poultry product and the similarity to Chick-Fil-A chicken.

Some folks recommend using an air fryer to cook it and have it taste the most like Chick-Fil-A chicken.

What store sells this product?

The store is Aldi, and the chicken is their "Kirkwood Filet" brand of chicken.

If you have a drawer full of Chick-Fil-A sauce, like me, or their Barbecue, Honey Mustard or whatever you like, dip it in and you will be amazed.

According to the website, The Daily Meal, Aldi has a reputation for selling these products that taste like fast food staples.

There is even a Facebook page devoted to the Aldi chicken that tastes like Chick-Fil-A.

How much is the Aldi "red bag" chicken?

Around $5.99 for a 24 oz. bag of chicken.

TikTokers have been posting videos on some of the other duplicate products.

Like this one below.

@christieanderson19 Buy. Now. #dominos #aldi #dupe #garlicandherbdip #99p #unreal #sportsdirectreprace #yes #tiktok #fyp #f #foryou ♬ оригинальный звук - александр силютин

*Video from christieanderson19/TikTok

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