Next Big Futures, Inc. announced today that it will begin offering Honey Sriracha Chicken for $7.99 in select grocery stores starting today.
Honey Srireas are made with honey and a secret ingredient, sriracic acid, that turns them into chicken.
The flavor profile of Honey Srircas is so good, that they are currently sold as a hot sauce in a number of food stores, including Kroger, Safeway, and Safeway Food Markets.
Honey srircas are a good source of calcium, vitamin C, and potassium, and they are also a great source of fiber, which is important to people who are obese or overweight.
Honey has also been used to treat a variety of medical conditions, including diabetes and hypertension.
Honey is also an excellent source of protein and contains no artificial preservatives or fillers.
Next BigFuture has also partnered with brands such as Biscuit Republic, Red Robin, and Sweetgreen.
The Honey Srira Chicken was originally sold in grocery stores in April of 2017, but was not available in grocery store grocery stores until January 2018.
Next Big Future is the second-largest grocery chain in the United States, with approximately $2.3 trillion in annual sales.
It is owned by grocery chain Kroger Co., and it has over 6,000 stores across the country.
Last month, Next Bigfuture released its “Best of 2018” lists, which showed that the company is on track to exceed its 2017 sales growth goal.
The company is also making moves to improve its product portfolio, with Next Big Foods in 2019 announcing that it would discontinue Honey Srirs in its entire grocery network.