More And More People Are Saying They’ll Never Eat Chick-Fil-A Again After Seeing This Video

This recent TikTok video enraged a number of people for all the reasons in the world. With food being very difficult to have in many parts of the world, you cannot expect someone to throw it. 

An employee of Chick-Fil-A decided to post a video on Tiktok and show how the fast-food chain throws always good chicken in the trash at the end of the shift every day. 

Many people were enraged as they think the food could be given away to homeless people who struggle and cannot find something to eat. 

This is what they do every night with chicken nuggets at Chick-Fil-A said the employee. 

Chick-Fil-A hasn’t come up with an official comment about the video that went viral really quick and is spreading like wildfire. A lot of people commented saying that it is at odds with religious values to throw the leftovers.

The video is seen more than 8 million times and there are a lot of different thoughts in the comments. 

It just doesn’t sit right with me the amount of food we throw away and the amount of starving people out there, says one person. 

We used to throw out so much chicken, I can confirm that, says an ex-employee. 

Give them out for free, added someone else. 

One commenter asked, ‘Why don’t they give it to the homeless?’

Other comments:

‘God would not approve.’

‘Do they think God is okay with that?’

‘I thought that employees get the leftovers home at the end of the shift.’

‘They should let employees take it home’

Someone else said that this is what restaurants are required to do. Chicken that sits too long cannot be served to others and it will get them sick. 

It is illegal to give food to the homeless, the leftovers go to the trash or to the employees.

Someone said that they are doing it right. 

What do you think about this? Should they throw away the food in the trash or give it to those in need? Share your thoughts in the comments on Facebook.

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