Wendy's going into the Twitter battle that fried chicken sandwich manages as sovereign.
On Monday, Chick-fil-A apparently put out a subtitle of Popeye's new fried chicken sandwich.
"Bun + Chicken + Pickles = all ❤️ for the original," tweeted Chick-fil-A.
Popeyes – who recently rolled out a new fried chicken sandwich – quoted it and added, "… are you okay?"
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Twitter exploded with a debate over the fight between Chick-fil-A and Popeye's fried chicken sandwiches exchange. None of the brands responded to Business Insider's request for further comments on the social media feed.
Later on Monday, Wendy's decided it had to put its two ears to the chicken sandwich conversation.
"So out here fighting for which of these fools has the second best chicken sandwich," Wendy tweeted Monday afternoon.
Popeyes felt the need to respond to today's second subtweet.
"Sounds like someone just ate one of our biscuits. To make you look thirsty," Popeyes tweeted.
Wendy's quote tweeted Popeyes & # 39; added: "lol, guess that means the food is as dry as the jokes."
Unlike Popeyes, Chick-fil-A has kept a low profile on Twitter following Popeye's quote tweet. However, Boston Market decided to attack the chicken chain on another front: Chick-fil-As's new mac and cheese.
"Customer: Can I get something like Boston Market mac & cheese, but mediocre? Other guys: My pleasure," tweeted Boston Market, a clear reference to Chick-fil-A's customer service policy.
Wendy & # 39; s and Boston Market did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment on the underweight.
With Chick-fil-As's rapid expansion in the United States, the question of which chain makes the best sandwiches is more important than ever. The chicken chain became the third largest chain in the US for sale in 201
Business Insiders Irene Jiang has tasted fried chicken sandwiches from Wendy's, Chick-fil-A and Popeyes, as well as mac and cheese from Chick-fil-A and Boston Market, in recent weeks. Her verdict: Popeye's chicken sandwich ruled superior, but Chick-fil-A's mac and cheese edged out Boston Market.