It seems like in the last three years every fast food restaurant has introduced its own take on the fried chicken sandwich.
Fast food heavyweights McDonald's and Wendy's rethought their menus, and Panera Bread and Starbucks sought to cash in on the popularity of Restaurant Brands International's Popeye's.
It takes years for an innovation like the chicken sandwich to make it into Popeyes restaurants, the company's president said in an exclusive interview in May.
While the popularity of chicken sandwiches has grown to the point that the market is saturated, many companies have neglected to capitalise on an alternative manner of eating chicken.
One notable exception to this rule occurred in January of this year, when Yum Brands' Taco Bell experimented with offering queso-seasoned crispy wings for a limited time.
Fast food restaurants that specialise on chicken wings include KFC and Wingstop, both owned by Yum Brands, but are often ignored by larger chains that do not include the word "chicken" in their names.
Chick-fil-A, located in Atlanta, is well known for its chicken sandwiches and nuggets but does not provide wings at this time.
From October 31st through February 11th, diners in Stockbridge, Georgia will have access to a special eight-wing meal deal at just one restaurant.
Customers may order the wings with a variety of seasonings, like sriracha garlic and lemon pepper, and a variety of dipping sauces, including ranch, buffalo, and honey sweet chilli.
This site in Stockbridge will serve as a test run to see how well received the wings are before they are introduced in other cities.
A few menu items, like the Spicy Deluxe Sandwich, make the cut and stay on the menu indefinitely.
Chick-fil-A tried out its Chorizo Cheddar Egg Bites in seven different locations, including Miami, Columbus, Ohio, and New Orleans, but finally decided to remove them off their regular menu.