Shake Shack's Chick’n Bites Release Nationwide

For a limited time only.

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Following its brief testing at Innovation Kitchen in New York, Shake Shack has released its Chick’n Bite chicken nuggets nationwide. The fresh, hand-breaded fried nuggets can be served with a choice of barbecue sauce or honey mustard–but can also be dipped with cheese sauce, ShackSauce, or buttermilk herb mayo.

It is cooked in temperature-controlled water in a vacuum-sealed bag before it’s fried and served as a six or 10-piece meal for $4-$6 USD. Although the Chick’n Bites are available nationwide, they will only available for a limited time, excluding Shake Shack’s stadium and airport locations.

In other food news, Japan recently introduced its latest food creation: Chocolate Ramen.

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