Packages of Chick-fil-A Polynesian Sauce Spontaneously Explode…That’s so 2020

In yet another weird story for what will be an historically weird year, it appears that packages of Chick-fil-A’s sweet Polynesian sauce have a tendency to spontaneously explode. 

To be clear, the packages of sauce don’t combust.  They aren’t on fire.  But they do burst, sending gooey mess all over the place.

Some have noted that it doesn’t happen when the packages are stored in the refrigerator, which implies that you keep it around long after the meal is over.

For those who love the stuff and don’t want little packets sticky sauce potentially causing a mess, Chick-fil-A offers the goo in a 16-ounce bottle.


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  1. chris

    No big deal or surprise. The same thing was happening to ketchup, catsup or the red substance we all know and love that is derived from tomatoes. (whew) Then someone publicized that the product in packet or bottle must be stored in the refrigerator. Like all other Great condiments it will be safe there for years past expiration or until you notice that it has already turned brown.

  2. Chris

    Oh and by the way, Chick-fil-A is probably the safest and best tasting fast food you can find. Glad that they honor the Sabbath on Sunday, but man has that ever been an issue with my cravings on many Sundays. No sauce please.

  3. Don't give in to evil

    Keep doing what your doing and dont give in to what is bad.People like
    Chick-fil-a because they support our Christians.
    Don’t cave to what is evil!

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